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LEVAN: Learning Everything about Anything Abstract Recognition is graduating from labs to real-world applications. While it is encouraging to see its potential being tapped, it brings forth a fundamental challenge to the vision researcher: scalability. How can we learn a model for any concept that exhaustively covers all its appearance variations, while requiring minimal or no human supervision for compiling the vocabulary of visual variance, gathering the training images and annotations, and learning the models? In this work, we introduce a fully-automated approach for learning extensive models for a wide range of variations (e.g. actions, interactions, attributes and beyond) within any concept. Our approach leverages vast resources of online books to discover the vocabulary of variance, and intertwines the data collection and modeling steps to alleviate the need for explicit human supervision in training the models.
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100 Free Online Ivy League Courses You Should Take Just for Fun By Alisa Miller Even those without top notch grades can now go to Ivy League schools. With the the availability of open courseware classes coming out of some of the finest schools in America, the range of subjects is astounding. Want to Learn Web Design? 7 YouTube Channels to Get You Started YouTube has channels that cover every conceivable topic. Whether you want to watch the latest movie releases or learn a new trade or skill, you can be sure to find what you need on the web’s biggest video library. As blogs continue in their popularity, one skill that a lot of people are interested in is web design. Having a strong and memorable homepage is a vital part of any individual’s or company’s branding — after all, it’s normally the first port of call for people who want to contact you, learn about you, or request your services. Unsurprisingly, YouTube has thousands of videos and channels for web design beginners, and what’s great is that it’s a skill you can learn at any age. Here we look at some of the best ones to get you started.
10 Inexpensive Ways To Continue Your Education Outside of School Colleges and universities are great institutions for individuals to learn a subject of specialty that they are interested in going further in after they finish their studies. With the networking skills and organized track that studying in an institution gives is currently still unmatched, however times have changed with the advent and advancement of technology over the past few years. Individuals are beginning to notice that they learn a lot outside of an institution and even after life in a university, they can learn to advance their knowledge. Today, we will talk about ten inexpensive ways to continue your education outside of college. 1.
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5 YouTube Videos to Help You Get Started with Linux Getting started with Linux isn’t as tough as it might initially seem, but it’s very easy for me to sit here and type that while you’re sweating over whether to choose Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian etc., and trying to work out how to migrate your data across. And that’s before you even consider the learning curve of a new OS. Well, apart from the good news that Ubuntu and Mint are pretty much interchangeable for beginners, and use a mouse driven user interface not a million miles from Windows and Mac OS X, the problem with data migration is pretty much a non-issue. While we’ve given you several guides in the past to help you to migrate to Linux, reading through a list of steps and believing some random guy behind a keyboard isn’t quite the same as seeing it with your own eyes. So, let’s do that: we’ll show you five videos that demonstrate how easy it is for a Windows user to get started with Linux. Install Linux on Your PC
Resources for Science Learning Maillardet's Automaton In 1928, The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia acquired the pieces of an interesting, but totally ruined, brass machine. The very same is an automaton, now in working order, and on display in The Franklin Institute's "Amazing Machine" exhibit! Find out more >> The Case Files The Case Files are a unique repository in the history of science and technology. 22 Ways to Overclock Your Brain “I just found out that the brain is like a computer. If that’s true, then there really aren’t any stupid people. Just people running DOS.” - Anonymous The brain is a three-pound supercomputer. 12 ways to use Google Classroom’s newest features Google has released some great new features for Classroom. But what can we do with them? Here are some ideas. (Sketch by Matt Miller) In fall of 2014, Google released Classroom to anxiously awaiting teachers.
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