Computer Vision

Computer Vision

2021 OpenCV AI Competition Grand Prize Winners

On this week’s show, Seth welcomes grand prize winners of the 2021 OpenCV AI Competition. Satya Mallick from OpenCV is here with Ye Lu and Him Wai (Michael) Ng from Team Cortic Tigers, who will demo their award-winning project – Cortic Edge Platform (CEP) which aims to democratize AI for everyone!

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Computer Vision Robotics

Visual Recognition beyond Appearances, and its Robotic Applications

The goal of Computer Vision, as coined by Marr, is to develop algorithms to answer What are Where at When from visual appearance. Yezhou Yang, among others, recognizes the importance of studying underlying entities and relations beyond visual appearance, following an Active Perception paradigm. This talk will present the speaker’s efforts over the last decade. […]

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Computer Vision Natural Language Processing Research

Tightly Connecting Vision and Language

Remarkable progress has been made at the intersection of vision and language. While showing great promise, current vision and language models may only weakly “connect” the two modalities and often fail in the wild. In this talk, Goggle’s Soravit Changpinyo will present recent efforts aiming to bridge this gap along two dimensions: informativeness and controllability. […]

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Computer Vision Python

Advanced Computer Vision with Python

Learn advanced computer vision using Python in this full (and free!) course. Learn state of the art computer vision techniques by building five projects with libraries such as OpenCV and Mediapipe. If you are a beginner, don’t be afraid of the term advance. Even though the concepts are advanced, they are not difficult to follow. […]

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AI Computer Vision Microsoft

What is

I remember seeing an early demo of this at Fall MLADS 2019 and I’m happy to see if progressing nicely. Creating machine learning models doesn’t require complex math, frameworks or programming. In fact, you can even create your own computer vision model using a desktop app! Jen Looper joins us to explain what is, […]

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New technology uses light to detect when produce is ripe
Computer Vision TensorFlow

Using Light and AI to Detect When Produce is Ripe

Here’s an interesting use of IoT and AI in agri-tech. A Turkish researcher has developed technology that uses data from a visible light sensor to identify the ripeness of produce. The project’s goal is to detect ripeness in fruit and vegetables by monitoring pigment changes, Hack A Day reports. Rather than use a camera, the project […]

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Computer Vision Databricks

Video Analytics At Scale on Databricks

Here’s a live demo and lessons learned while building and publishing an advanced video analytics solution in the Azure Marketplace.

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Computer Vision Virtual Reality

Computer Vision for Social Presence in Mixed Reality |

Jamie Shotton, takes a closer look at the collaborative research engagements with Microsoft via the Swiss Joint Research Center, Mixed Reality & AI Zurich Lab, Mixed Reality & AI Cambridge Lab, Inria Joint Center, their academic and Microsoft supervisors as well as the wider research community. The event continued in the tradition of the annual […]

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