Using the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Detect Faces in an Effort to Control Myopia Progression

I’m excited to have been given the opportunity to talk at SUNY School of Optometry about “Digital Image Processing in Modern Optics Research”. The talk was about neural networks, machine learning, their use in face detection in an effort to understand and prevent myopia progression and was part of a series of colloquia by the Schnurmacher Institute.

As promised, I am sharing the presentation and two demo apps that were featured in the talk:

Author: Matt

I am a fresh PhD in physiological optics, interested in all things visual - from video and photography through image processing to the inner workings of our human eyes. I am Polish, and have lived in Spain for several years before moving to Indiana. I've been shooting semi-profesionally with Olympus, and more recently Nikon cameras since 2009 and enjoy travelling, jamming to some blues and riding vintage motorcycles and cars.

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