Graduate student Heather Kosakowski, above, is lead author on the study suggesting the face-recognition areas in the brain develop much earlier than previously thought. “These data push our picture of development, making babies' brains look more similar to adults, in more ways, and earlier than we thought,” says senior author Rebecca Saxe.
Researchers in BCS and CSAIL developed a new deep learning model that understands the underlying relationships between objects in a scene. Their model represents individual relationships one at a time, then combines these representations to describe the overall scene.
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In the Boston Globe, Li-Huei Tsai discusses the importance of recognizing the complexity of Alzheimer's disease and addressing the gaps in current approaches to understanding and treating it. She proposes a consortium to collaborate and reduce the risks associated with exploring innovative ideas.