NeuroVision: What can computer vision learn from visual neuroscience? Call for Papers


NeuroVision: What can computer vision learn from visual neuroscience?
A CVPR 2022 Workshop
Date: June 19, 2022


We are delighted to announce the NeuroVision workshop hosted in
conjunction with CVPR 2022 on June 19, 2022. This workshop seeks to
understand the contexts in which the brainís visual system can
inform and improve current AI systems, and to explore principles of
the brain that can be extracted and incorporated into AI and ML.

The workshop is a full-day event featuring invited speakers, panel
discussions, and poster presentations/ lighting talks, with the
objective of fostering discussions that are relevant to larger
scientific communities beyond computer vision, including neuroscience,
psychology, human computer interaction, augmented reality, and visual
prosthetics. For information about whether the workshop will be
in-person, virtual, or hybrid please visit the CVPR 2022 website.

We invite submissions of extended abstracts (up to four pages
including references) describing work related to topics in biological
vision that can potentially benefit computer vision systems.

The following is a non exhaustive list of relevant topics:

    Active visionís role in visual search, scene understanding, social interactions, etc.
    Learning in the visual system. Learning in biology is continual, few-shot, and adversarially robust.
    The roles of recurrent and top-down connections in the visual cortex.
    Spike based spatiotemporal processing and its implications for neuromorphic vision.
    Motion perception in dynamic environments.
    Neural coding schemes in the visual system (e.g., sparse coding, predictive coding, and temporal coding.)
    The roles of attention mechanisms in biological vision.


Accepted submissions will be presented as posters/ lightning talks at
the workshop, but will not be included in the Proceedings of CVPR
2022. After the workshop, we will be inviting authors to submit papers
for a special issue on NeuroVision in the journal Biological
Cybernetics.

Submission Page
https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/NeuroVision2022 

Important Dates
Submission Deadline: April 10, 2022 - 11:59pm (PDT)
Acceptance Notification: May 1, 2022
Workshop date: June 19, 2022

Registration 
Workshop registration will be collected by CVPR. Please visit the CVPR
2022 website for registration information.


Invited Speakers

    S. P. Arun, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

Talk: How does the brain crack CAPTCHAs?

    Michael Beyeler, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA 

Talk: Visual features important for scene understanding: insights from
sight restoration studies

    Leyla Isik, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Talk: The neural computations underlying human social vision and insights for machine vision

    Tim Kietzmann, Radboud University, Netherlands

Talk: Recurrence as a key ingredient for understanding and mirroring
robust human object recognition

    Grace Lindsay, University College London, UK 

Talk: Comparing visual representations learned through supervised,
unsupervised, and reinforcement learning

    Heiko Neumann, Ulm University, Germany 

Talk: Canonical neural circuit computations for perceptual
disambiguation and contextual decision-making

    Elisabetta Chicca, University of Groningen, Netherlands

Talk: Finding the Gap: Neuromorphic Motion Vision in Cluttered Environments

    Jeff Krichmar, University of California, Irvine, USA

Talk: Motion processing the the primate dorsal visual stream

     Bruno Olshausen, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Talk: Learning to factorize images

For more information about the workshop, please visit the NeuroVision website.