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I’m looking at you, looking at me

November 2019

In Heather Dewey-Hagborg’s artwork ‘How do you see me?’, commissioned for the Data/Set/Match programme at The Photographers’ Gallery, the artist explores how machines see us. A question that has been carefully slipping through several areas of production and research during the past couple of decades. At the same time an essential need has also emerged to understand the processes and internal mechanisms that are usually hidden from or mysterious to the user: commenting on those who code, train, build these mechanisms and how this translates into what happens outside of the screen.

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27/09/19

What do you see, YOLO9000? by Taller Estampa | Soy Cámara YOLO9000 is a trained object recognition neuronal network with a...

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27/08/19

The success of ImageNet highlighted that in the era of deep learning, data was at least as important as algorithms. Not only did...

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16/07/19

High Quality Face Recognition with Deep Metric Learning The new example comes with pictures of bald Hollywood action heroes and...

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14/05/19

Let’s play  Name That Dataset!!! https://people.csail.mit.edu/torralba/research/bias/

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06/03/19

Mushy from Everest Pipkin is a free asset pack of 824 neural network-generated isometric tiles residing in the creative commons....

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The Windshield and the Screen

February 2019

"A Google Street View car in Los Angeles once captured a picture of Leonard Cohen. It happened a couple of years before he died. He was sitting with an acquaintance on lawn chairs outside his modest home in the Mid-Wilshire neighbourhood. The driver was an accidental paparazzi. Cohen didn’t even notice him. (...) Google Street View isn’t photography as aesthetic representation, but the production of leftovers that happen to be images. These images are the husk — the dead skin of a surveillance charade. This archive can be fascinating and even useful to spectators—the users of it. But this data created and cleaned at scale is a source of Google’s power"...

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09/11/18

Robot readable world Timo Arnall, 2012 How do robots see the world? How do they gather meaning from our streets, cities, media...

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19/07/17

“The world’s first photo exhibition shot with a car.” Barbara Davidson in collaboration with Volvo

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