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Noun1.Hubel - United States neuroscientist noted for his studies of the neural basis of vision (born in 1926)
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(4) Pioneering work for which researchers Hubel and Wiesel received a Nobel Prize involved the direct recording of cells in the primary visual cortex of normal and amblyopic kittens and monkeys.
Hubel, "Receptive fields of single neurones in the cat's striate cortex", Journal of Physiology, vol.
[6.] Roberts JM, Taylor RN, Musci TJ, Rogers GM, Hubel CA, McLaughlin MK.
Muller T, Muller A, Hubel C, Knipel V, Windisch W, Cornelissen GC, et al.
It's called a convolutional network because it uses the mathematical operation of convolution, but it's really inspired by biology--in fact, by Hubel and Wiesel's Nobel Prize-winning work in neuroscience from the early 1960s.
Roberts JM, Bodnar LM, Lain KY, Hubel CA, Markovic N, Ness RB, et al.
In the visual cortex itself (Hubel, 1995), certain clear, unambiguous patterns are found in the arrangement of cells with particular responses.
Chicago police say Tamaz Hubel of Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, was taken into custody Sunday while trying to board a plane to France from Miami-Dade International Airport.
Hubel CA, McLaughlin MK, Evans RW, Hauth BA, Sims CJ, Roberts JM, et al.
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Younger AI enthusiasts may be surprised to learn that the principles of today's deep-learning algorithms stretch back more than 60 years to the neuroscientific researchers David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel, who discovered how the hierarchy of neurons in a cat's visual cortex responds to stimuli.