Computer Vision Analysis and My Knee

Some fascinating papers being presented here in San Diego at this week’s IEEE CVPR (Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition) conference. Am hoping to pop by tomorrow to geek out for a bit on the latest work in this hot area.
I’m sure I’m relatively unusual in saying this, but I find papers like “Unsupervised Learning in Radiology Using Novel Latent Variable Models” really interesting. Then again, maybe it’s just because I recently hyper-extended my knee and, while sitting on the X-ray table, spent an inordinate amount of time thinking about how a business model predicated on having expensive experts peruse large quantities of strangers’ X-rays for abnormalities seemed so outdated.

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