[AI Lectures] Engineering Computer Vision and Machine Learning

Feb 17, 2018 · San Diego, United States of America

Please visit xrelab.com to enroll free admissions. Abstract of the Lecture

Computer Vision is one of the core Artificial Intelligence (AI) areas and has attracted many interests in the past decades because of its wide potentials in industrial applications, including autonomous vehicles, video surveillance, medical diagnosis, security access, and intelligence drones. In the lecture, we will invite world-known scientists to introduce the history of Computer Vision, summarize the most recent advancements, present research projects that were recently done by their research teams, and discuss in particular the industry implications of these research outcomes. The topics to be covered include, but not being limited to, (i) what’s computer vision; (ii) why need computer vision; (iii) how 3D scene reconstruction works; (iv) what’s region labeling; (v) how object tracking works; and (vi) how camera localization works.

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  • Executable Artificial Intelligence Meetup

    Sponsored by the star research institute XreLab (xrelab.com), this group aims to provide you with FREE lectures that cover a wide variety of A.I. topics, including but not being limited to computer vision, machine learning, and data mining etc.  These lectures will help you study and reproduce the cutting techniques that are recently invented by top research groups around the globe.  The lectures will happen on monthly basis.  Free tickets are provided upon successful enrollment (xrelab.com). Participants

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