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GitHub - AlexEMG/DeepLabCut: Markerless pose estimation of user-defined features with deep learning for all animals, including humans
DeepLabCut is a toolbox for markerless pose estimation of animals performing various tasks. The toolbox has already been successfully applied (by us and others) to rats, humans, various fish species, bacteria, leeches, various robots, cheetahs, mouse whiskers and race horses. DeepLabCut utilizes the feature detectors (ResNets + readout layers) of one of the state-of-the-art algorithms for human pose estimation by Insafutdinov et al., called DeeperCu
deeplabcut  deeplearning  animal  imageprocessing  behavior  neuroscience  github  python 
6 days ago by cyberchucktx
DeepLabCut : a software package for animal pose estimation
DeepLabCut™ is an efficient method for 3D markerless pose estimation based on transfer learning with deep neural networks that achieves excellent results (i.e. you can match human labeling accuracy) with minimal training data (typically 50-200 frames). We demonstrate the versatility of this framework by tracking various body parts in multiple species across a broad collection of behaviors.
behavior  neuroscience  imagprocessing  deeplearning  classification  animal 
6 days ago by cyberchucktx
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January 2020 saw Mumbai Police launch the #HonkResponsibly campaign, addressing Mumbaikars’ habit of reckless honking while waiting at red traffic lights. As part of the campaign, decibel meters were attached to traffic signals at some of Mumbai’s busiest junctions. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  behavior  innovation  smart  cities 
7 days ago by scottpierce
Dan Brooks: Raising a person in a culture full of types (The Outline)
We probably shouldn’t be telling children that who they are determines what they do.

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This admittedly fine point is not just a matter of language; it also carries an ethical implication. The coward can’t really be blamed for doing cowardly stuff, because that’s his nature — the same way you can’t blame the kitchen table for being hard and heavy when you stub your toe. But the difference between human beings and objects is that we do not have fixed natures that determine our behavior. When I say I didn’t do the dishes because I’m lazy, I’m talking around the fact that I could have done them but chose not to. The illusion of a fixed nature gives us an excuse to repeat bad behavior. To insist that what we do determines who we are — and not the other way around — is to make freedom and therefore responsibility a part of our worldview at the most basic level.

Freedom is scary, though, because it is the freedom to become something other than what you are now — something you cannot predict. It’s easier to think of yourself as a type of person, riding along with yourself and playing out the behaviors your type does. It’s comforting to think that you did what you did because of who you are, even if who you are is bad, because nothing is more frightening than the feeling that you are about to change into someone else. Ask any 12 year-old.
culture  society  behavior  psychology 
8 days ago by matthewmcvickar
Relationship coach on criticizing, arguing with partner
Relationship coach Bela Gandhi shares one expert tip of relationship advice: Stop projecting your issues onto your spouse or partner.
Behavior 
9 days ago by renee9656
Study: Women evaluate partners more negatively when estrogen is elevated -- and men know it
Righetti and her colleagues found that both women and their partners evaluated their relationships more negatively on days in which women had higher estradiol levels. As estradiol increased, women also evaluated their partner as less physically attractive.

“Women’s hormone levels change across their ovulatory cycles, and these changes are likely to affect their psychology and, perhaps, the way they feel toward their romantic partner. We found that the hormone that peaks just prior to ovulation, estradiol, was associated with more negative partner evaluation,” Righetti told PsyPost.

Women’s estradiol levels were also associated with their partners’ self-reported well-being. “Men also perceived their partner to be less satisfied when estradiol was high and, consequently, they experienced lower well-being,” Righetti said.

Despite the changes in sexual attraction, however, hormonal fluctuations were not associated with having sexual intercourse .
psychology  biology  behavior  sexuality 
11 days ago by rmohns
Find one brave soul
Find one brave soul

The point of the story is to give you some hope. Time and again I have seen people who have had the gumption to give it a go surprised at how relatively simple it turns out to b...
ChangeManagement  ChangeAgents  change  Behavior  from notes
11 days ago by rhaley

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