Designing programs to interpret images is so complicated that for many tasks, humans still outperform machines. To keep up with the tide of images produced by… Read more »
Martin Jones is the deputy head of microscopy prototyping in the electron microscopy science technology platform at the Francis Crick Institute in London. He trained as an experimental physicist working on interactions between single atoms and single photons. He went via a research lab at Cancer Research UK’s London Research Institute to the electron microscopy team, which became part of the new Crick Institute. In his current role, he develops new microscopy and analysis techniques to deal with the ever increasing amounts of data produced by modern imaging systems.
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- Martin Jones talks citizen science ahead of SpotOn 18 - 31st October 2018