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EPJ Data Science Highlight - Using deep learning to “see” inside homes across the world

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How much does someone's living room tell about how they live? Peeking into another person's life might be just part of natural human curiosity, but the answer to this question may provide insights in a wide range of aspects of human behavior. A new study published in EPJ Data Science uses the power of machine learning to explore patterns of home decors—and what they could tell about their owners—in popular accommodation website Airbnb.

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I thank you very much for the patient and efficient support for technical and administrative assistance given me during the preparation of the necessary material for the publication of proceedings . The complete procedure for the publication took place in a short time by the organization of EPJ Web of Conferences, and I hope that the results of our Symposium can meet a wide interest from the scientific community working in the field of physics of mesons.

Giorgio Giardina, Messina University - INFN Catania, Italy
Co-editor EPJ Web of Conferences vol. 72, 2014

ISSN: 2100-014X (Electronic Edition)

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