DeepLabCut: a deep learning tool for fast, robust, and efficient 3D pose estimation of multiple individualsSave as calendar entry
Quantifying behavior is crucial for many applications across the life sciences and engineering. Videography provides easy methods for the observation and recording of animal behavior in diverse settings, yet extracting particular aspects of a behavior for further analysis can be highly time consuming and computationally challenging. I will present an efficient method for markerless pose estimation based on transfer learning with deep neural networks that achieves excellent results with minimal training data. I will demonstrate the versatility of this framework by tracking various body parts in multiple species across a broad collection of behaviors from egg-laying fruits flies to hunting cheetahs. Furthermore, I will highlight recent work on tracking multiple animals during social and collective behaviors as well as ways to score their behavior automatically.
Alexander Mathis (lab of Prof. Venkatesh N. Murthy)
Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University
E - Main Entrance/Reception
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3 - Platform Degenerative Diseases
4 - Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory
5 - Animal Husbandry
6 - Imaging Center, Functional Imaging Laboratory
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Date and Time 10.09.19 - 16:15 - 17:15 Signup is not required
Location Alter Hörsaal/Old Lecture Hall
Deutsches Primatenzentrum GmbH
Julia Wanda Nowak, M.Sc.
Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory - Sensorimotor Group
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