Gershon Dublon

Gershon Dublon is a researcher and artist-engineer working with sensing, AI, and mixed reality to empower human perception. Dublon has published articles in Presence (MIT Press), Scientific American, IEEE Sensors, New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Body Sensor Networks, International Conference on Machine Learning, and others, and recently contributed a chapter to the MIT Press book Swamps and the New Imagination. Their projects have been exhibited in venues including Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, Mexico's National Center for the Arts, Ars Electronica, and the Sundance Film Festival. In 2018, Dublon co-founded slow immediate, a creative engineering studio incubated by NEW INC and ONX Studio. He is a board member of Living Observatory, a Boston-based non-profit dedicated to local, coordinated, collaborative ecological restoration. Dublon has an S.M. and Ph.D. from the MIT Media Lab and a BSEE from Yale University.

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Clement Duhart, Gershon Dublon, Brian Mayton, et al. Deep Learning Locally Trained Wildlife Sensing in Real Acoustic Wetland Environment,” Advances in Signal Processing and Intelligent Recognition Systems. SIRS 2018. Communications in Computer and Information Science, Singapore, January 2019. DOI:
Slow Immediate
MIT Media Lab