COMMITMENT: Minimum one semester; Fall 2011
COMPENSATION: Volunteer or Course credit (see description below)
POSITION DESCRIPTION:We are developing Artificial Intelligence algorithms for pattern recognition. We need people interested in helping push the frontiers in the field by helping annotate datasets used for training the algorithms. The work involves watching movies and using our custom software to annotate content in the movies.
To apply, please send CV to Gabriel Kreiman (email below).
We have multiple open positions for undergraduate students to conduct research projects in our lab. There are several possibilities including:
-- senior thesis
-- summer research
-- research during the academic year
The specific topics include visual object recognition, visual consciousness, artificial intelligence and computer vision.
The laboratory combines computational modeling, neurophysiological recordings and psychophysical measurements to study the neuronal circuits involved in visual perception.
For more information, visit klab.tch.harvard.edu