Lab presents at DSTO Mini-Conference

Members of the RCL lab presented their recent research and results at a collaborative mini-conference held at DSTO Edinburgh today. Alumni lab member Dr Adam Gatt introduced the CACTuS tracker and the feature learning variant he developed during his time in the lab, while PhD candidate Anthony Milton presented his research into developing a heterogeneous computer architecture for CACTuS. Following these two presentations, lab director David Kearney presented introductory material on deep learning, for a reading group on the topic of deep learning.

Copies of the presentations can be found under the presentations and publications section of this website. For more information on deep learning, see David’s ‘Deep Learning – An Annotated Bibliography‘.