Intel Demonstrates Latest AI & Computer Vision Tech at CVPR
Jul 22, 2017
Jul 22, 2017
The 2017 Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2017) will be taking place on July 21-26th in Honolulu, Hawaii. CVPR is known as the premier annual computer vision event consisting of poster sessions, co-located workshops, and tutorials. Intel will have strong presence at the event through its Intel® Nervana™ Platinum Sponsorship, accepted research papers, EXPO spotlights, and the Intel AI booth.
Intel will demonstrate the latest deep learning and computer vision technologies that are breaking boundaries to enable devices to become intelligent and autonomous by seeing, understanding, interacting with and learning from their environments. Experts from Intel® Nervana™, Intel® Movidius™, and Intel® RealSense™ will be available to discuss the demos and answer any questions.
A limited amount of Movidius™ Neural Compute Sticks, USBs for developing and deploying deep learning algorithms at the edge, will be available for purchase at the booth.
“Network Sketching: Exploiting Binary Structure in Deep CNNs”
Yiwen Guo, Anbang Yao, Hao Zhao, and Yurong Chen
“RON: Reverse Connection with Objectness Prior Networks for Object Detection”
Tao Kong, Fuchun Sun, Anbang Yao, Ming Lu, Huaping Liu and Yurong Chen
“Physics Inspired Optimization on Semantic Transfer Features: An Alternative Method for Room Layout Estimation”
Hao Zhao, Ming Lu, Anbang Yao, Yiwen Guo, Yurong Chen and Li Zhang
“Weakly Supervised Dense Video Captioning”
Zhiqiang Shen, Jianguo Li, Zhou Su, Minjun Li, Yurong Chen, Yu-gang Jiang, Xiangyang Xue
July 22 at 11:00 AM: Intel’s Movidius™
July 24 at 10:05 AM: “Accelerating deep learning with Intel — from research to production”
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