Intelligence was once thought to be uniquely human.

But researchers have discovered astonishing cognitive abilities in many other species—not just our close cousins like chimps, or fellow mammals like dolphins—but also crows, parrots, and even octopuses.

If we consider the intelligence of swarms, we must add bees, termites, and ants to the list of super smart creatures. Join the scientists who study smarts as we ask: What is intelligence?

As we continue to develop AI, we realize how fluid the definition of intelligence can be.

Yannic Kilcher retraces his first reading of Facebook AI’s DETR paper and explain my process of understanding it.

OUTLINE:

  • 0:00 – Introduction
  • 1:25 – Title
  • 4:10 – Authors
  • 5:55 – Affiliation
  • 7:40 – Abstract
  • 13:50 – Pictures
  • 20:30 – Introduction
  • 22:00 – Related Work
  • 24:00 – Model
  • 30:00 – Experiments
  • 41:50 – Conclusions & Abstract
  • 42:40 – Final Remarks

Original Video about DETR: https://youtu.be/T35ba_VXkMY