Rishi Rajalingham
Rishi Rajalingham
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Large-scale, high-resolution comparison of the core visual object recognition behavior of humans, monkeys, and state-of-the-art deep artificial neural networks
R Rajalingham, EB Issa, P Bashivan, K Kar, K Schmidt, JJ DiCarlo
Journal of Neuroscience 38 (33), 7255-7269, 2018
1502018
Brain-score: Which artificial neural network for object recognition is most brain-like?
M Schrimpf, J Kubilius, H Hong, NJ Majaj, R Rajalingham, EB Issa, K Kar, ...
BioRxiv, 407007, 2018
81*2018
Comparison of object recognition behavior in human and monkey
R Rajalingham, K Schmidt, JJ DiCarlo
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (35), 12127-12136, 2015
622015
Towards the quantitative evaluation of visual attention models
Z Bylinskii, EM DeGennaro, R Rajalingham, H Ruda, J Zhang, JK Tsotsos
Vision research 116, 258-268, 2015
572015
Contact sensing and interaction techniques for a distributed, multimodal floor display
Y Visell, S Smith, A Law, R Rajalingham, JR Cooperstock
2010 IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces (3DUI), 75-78, 2010
282010
Brain-like object recognition with high-performing shallow recurrent ANNs
J Kubilius, M Schrimpf, K Kar, R Rajalingham, H Hong, N Majaj, E Issa, ...
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, 12805-12816, 2019
262019
Reversible inactivation of different millimeter-scale regions of primate IT results in different patterns of core object recognition deficits
R Rajalingham, JJ DiCarlo
Neuron 102 (2), 493-505. e5, 2019
152019
Probabilistic tracking of pedestrian movements via in-floor force sensing
R Rajalingham, Y Visell, JR Cooperstock
2010 Canadian Conference on Computer and Robot Vision, 143-150, 2010
142010
Modulation of neural activity by reward in medial intraparietal cortex is sensitive to temporal sequence of reward
R Rajalingham, RG Stacey, G Tsoulfas, S Musallam
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (7), 1775-1789, 2014
32014
An Open Resource for Non-human Primate Optogenetics
S Tremblay, L Acker, A Afraz, DL Albaugh, H Amita, AR Andrei, ...
Neuron, 2020
22020
The inferior temporal cortex is a potential cortical precursor of orthographic processing in untrained monkeys
R Rajalingham, K Kar, S Sanghavi, S Dehaene, JJ DiCarlo
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-13, 2020
2*2020
Characterization of neurons in the primate medial intraparietal area reveals a joint representation of intended reach direction and amplitude
R Rajalingham, S Musallam
PloS one 12 (8), e0182519, 2017
22017
Auditory and haptic augmentation of floor surfaces
A De Sena, C Drioli, F Fontana, S Papetti, R Nordahl, S Serafin, L Turchet, ...
Deliverable, 2009
22009
Chronically implantable LED arrays for behavioral optogenetics in primates.
R Rajalingham, M Sorenson, R Azadi, S Bohn, JJ DiCarlo, A Afraz
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
A precursor of reading: Neural responses to letters strings in the untrained primate inferior temporal cortex predict word recognition behavior
R Rajalingham, K Kar, S Sanghavi, S Dehaene, JJ DiCarlo
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 172b-172b, 2019
2019
Aligning Artificial Neural Networks to the Brain yields Shallow Recurrent Architectures
J Kubilius, M Schrimpf, H Hong, NJ Majaj, R Rajalingham, EB Issa, K Kar, ...
2018
Selective behavioral deficits from focal inactivation of primate inferior temporal (IT) cortex: a new quantitative constraint for models of core object recognition
R Rajalingham, H Lee, JJ DiCarlo
2018 Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience, 5-8 September 2018 …, 2018
2018
How does the primate ventral visual stream causally support core object recognition?
R Rajalingham
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018
2018
Feedforward deep neural networks diverge from humans and monkeys on core visual object recognition behavior
R Rajalingham, EB Issa, K Schmidt, K Kar, JJ DiCarlo
2017
Comparison of Object Recognition Behavior in Human and Monkey
R Rajalingham, K Schmidt, JJ DiCarlo
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 191-191, 2014
2014
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