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Lecture Themes: convolution neural network for computer visions
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The XreLab (xrelab.com) in San Diego is offering multiple two-hour lectures for those who are interested in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and are willing to learn its engineering/industry implications. Multiple world-known scientists and professors from top research institutions and universities will present you with their recent research outcomes in the online real-time sessions.
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About XreLab (xrelab.com)
What is Artificial Intelligence? How can you or your business take advantages of it? What are the most recent technological advancements or scientific findings? How do these outcomes apply to the problems of your projects? The Executable Research lab (XreLab), founded by a team of AI researchers and professors from UCLA, MIT, Harvard University, Columbia University, etc., will help you answer these questions.
The XreLab aims to help you to become an expert in Artificial Intelligence techniques. Our learning program features an engaging mix of in-person class meetings and after-class coding assignments, both of which are designed to reproduce state-of-the-art AI systems that are executable and applicable in your business or works. Your learning journey will bring the reality of modern AI technologies today and how they can be harnessed to support industry needs. The program will also concentrate on critical thinking of open AI challenges and how the solutions to these challenges can change our daily life.
About the Lectures
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 lectures, 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. We will also highlight the research projects in XreLab and its partner labs, and discuss the industrial implications of these research outcomes.
On March 30, 2018 and beyond, the lectures will be given in an Online Classroom (ZOOM). Session links will be distributed by enrollment emails.