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Room 2135, Bahen Centre, 40 St. George Street, Toronto, Canada

November 2019

PsychEng Seminar: Grouping visual elements in a meaningful way for human and computer vision with Prof. Dirk Bernhardt-Walther

Registration required. View all upcoming PsychEng seminars.     Abstract: Research in the past three decades has propelled our understanding of both human and machine vision: We can describe much of the neural mechanisms of human visual perception, and state-of-the-art machine vision can detect objects with high accuracy. Yet research on both human and machine vision lacks a detailed understanding of how visual features are grouped with each other and linked to the rich details of meaning that humans naturally assign…

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December 2019

PsychEng Seminar: Young drivers, distraction, and advanced vehicle technologies with Birsen Donmez

Registration required. View all upcoming PsychEng seminars.     Abstract Distraction is a significant contributing factor to young driver crashes. Crash risk is known to decrease with driving experience, partly because of the improved skills to control the vehicle, but also because of the improved capability to distribute attention, even when distracted. A series of empirical studies will be presented evaluating young drivers’ attention allocation both for manual driving (i.e., no or low level of automation) and for high levels of…

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