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“A Computer Vision-Based Personal Trainer That Runs On Your Phone,” a Presentation from Twenty BN

Roland Memisevic, CEO, Chief Scientist and Founder of Twenty BN, presents the “Computer Vision-Based Personal Trainer That Runs On Your Phone” tutorial at the September 2020 Embedded Vision Summit. In this presentation, Memisevic describes Twenty BN’s journey towards building an AI-powered personal trainer that runs on your phone. The trainer takes the form of an

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“Tackling Extreme Visual Conditions for Autonomous UAVs In the Wild,” a Presentation from Skydio

Hayk Martiros, Head of Autonomy at Skydio, presents the “Tackling Extreme Visual Conditions for Autonomous UAVs In the Wild” tutorial at the September 2020 Embedded Vision Summit. Skydio ships autonomous robots that are flown at scale in complex, unknown environments every day to capture incredible video, automate dangerous inspections and save lives of first responders.

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“Introduction to Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM),” a Presentation from Skydio

Gareth Cross, Technical Lead for State Estimation at Skydio, presents the “Introduction to Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM)” tutorial at the September 2020 Embedded Vision Summit. This talk provides an introduction to the fundamentals of simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM). Cross provides foundational knowledge; viewers are not expected to have any prerequisite experience in the

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“Multi-modal Re-identification: IOT + Computer Vision for Residential Community Tracking,” a Presentation from Seedland

Kit Thambiratnam, General Manager of the Seedland AI Center, presents the “Multi-modal Re-identification: IOT + Computer Vision for Residential Community Tracking” tutorial at the September 2020 Embedded Vision Summit. The recent COVID-19 outbreak necessitated monitoring in communities such as tracking of quarantined residents and tracking of close-contact interactions with sick individuals. High-density communities also have

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“Image-Based Deep Learning for Manufacturing Fault Condition Detection,” a Presentation from Samsung

Jake Lee, Principal Engineer and Head of the Machine Learning Group at Samsung, presents the “Image-Based Deep Learning for Manufacturing Fault Condition Detection” tutorial at the September 2020 Embedded Vision Summit. In this presentation, Lee explores applying deep learning to analyzing manufacturing parameter data to detect fault conditions. The manufacturing parameter data contains multivariate time

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“Eye Tracking for the Future,” a Presentation from Parallel Rules

Peter Milford, President of Parallel Rules, presents the “Eye Tracking for the Future” tutorial at the September 2020 Embedded Vision Summit. Eye tracking is an increasingly important technology for applications ranging from augmented and virtual reality head-mounted displays to automotive driver monitoring. In this talk, Milford introduces eye tracking techniques and technical challenges. He also

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“Challenges and Approaches for Cascaded DNNs: A Case Study of Face Detection for Face Verification,” a Presentation from Imagination Technologies

Ana Salazar, Senior Research Manager at Imagination Technologies, presents the “Challenges and Approaches for Cascaded DNNs: A Case Study of Face Detection for Face Verification” tutorial at the September 2020 Embedded Vision Summit. This talk explores the challenges of deploying serial computer vision tasks implemented with DNNs. Neural network accelerators have demonstrated significant gains in

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The Battlefield of Cutting Edge Face Detectors

This blog post was originally published at Xailient’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Xailient. Face detector is one of the most commonly used AI component today. Whether you are building a system to count the number of people in a room or a home security system that unlocks the door when

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“Safer and More Efficient Intersections with Computer Vision,” a Presentation from Cubic | GRIDSMART

Jeff Price, Vice President and General Manager at Cubic | GRIDSMART, presents the “Safer and More Efficient Intersections with Computer Vision” tutorial at the September 2020 Embedded Vision Summit. GRIDSMART is an edge computer vision system that uses omnidirectional imaging to detect and track objects through intersections to optimize traffic signal timing in response to

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