Jitendra Malik is a professor at Berkeley who specializes in computer vision. In this talk, he discusses the difficulty of the problem and how it has been underestimated in the past. He explains that a large part of the human brain is devoted to visual processing, and that when looking at it from a neuroscience or psychology perspective, the problem becomes quite challenging. Malik also discusses the importance of data in computer vision, explaining that currently computer vision systems require far more data than humans do in order to learn the same capabilities.
Jitendra Malik is a computer vision expert who has spent a lot of time helping students develop a sense of what is a good problem to work on. In this talk, he discusses the different parts of computer vision, the challenges involved in the field, and the potential for artificial intelligence to be used to manipulate and control the population.