Rule Learning in Neural Networks

Exam topics: mini-dissertation in human-computer interaction 2012
for five learning rules

These are the topics students chose for their 2012 exam papers, which took the form of a research proposal. I can’t give out too much detail, but wanted to share this with the class.

If you’re interested in connecting with one of these students based on their proposal, contact me.

A research proposal on the use of computer vision for improving consistency, product quality and user satisfaction in the food and dining sector

Production of high quality products and top grade food products is the key to building and obtaining a successful business. In the food and dining sector, restaurant owners need to ensure they serve top quality food to their clients and continue to explore methods to ensure client satisfaction and loyalty by offering them top quality foods with consistency in taste and looks. Serving inadequate or spoiled food can result in client loss and jeopardize the success of their restaurant. We therefore propose to develop a computer vision system for automated quality and consistency checking as well as automated client satisfaction analysis. Tasks to perform will include the gathering of quality food samples in the form of images taken from an active restaurant environment and to train an artificial intelligent neural network to classify both food quality and user emotion. The final product will be an automated system for quality and consistency evaluation, food quality evaluation, and ensuring client satisfaction.

Source: The Internet Will Eat Everything

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Criminal cheaters fuck themselves in the ass!

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Serves you right, fuckers!

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