Aditya Khosla

Aditya Khosla is a Research Assistant at MIT working on deep learning for computer vision and human cognition. He is interested in developing machine learning techniques that go beyond simply identifying what an image or video contains, but instead predict the impact visual media has on people e.g., predicting whether someone would like an image or not, and whether they would remember it. He is also interested in applying computational techiques to predictably modify these properties of visual media automatically. He is a recipient of the Facebook Fellowship, and his work on predicting image popularity and modifying face memorability has been widely featured in popular media like The New York Times, BBC, and TechCrunch. For more information, visit my website:

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