EUSci Podcast #53
How can a computer be made to do something most humans take for granted- recognise 3D shapes? What makes the human brain like a computer? These questions and more are tackled in this weeks episode as our correspondants look at computer vision, and own limited short-term memory capacity. Our discussion centres around the topical subject of sexism in the workplace, and we have tasty news stories for you including the dangers of sex with men from the future and the circular food chain employed by some microbes. Our EUWhat rounds things off with news of the signals men in fast cars are sending to women, and the way in which women receive them. Enjoy.
What's in today's show:
- The brain has two slots for memory
- The genius of Einstein, Fourier Key to New Computer Vision That Mimics How Humans Perceive 3-D Shapes
Coverage of AI in films at the Edinburgh International Film Festival with discussion of the past, present and future of AI
- Women realise that men who drive flash cars to impress them are only after one thing. And they're okay with that