Like so many events impacted the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2020), has gone virtual. It’s an interesting time for all of us as we find new ways of working and opportunities to apply our research to help our communities.
Our Brain-Inspired Computing group at IBM Research-Almaden will be presenting at the 2018 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2018) our most recent paper titled “A Low Power, High Throughput, Fully Event-Based Stereo System.” The paper describes an end-to-end stereo vision system that uses exclusively spiking neural network computation and can run […]
The annual Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), a premier event in computer vision, took place June 18-22 in Salt Lake City. CVPR is a highly competitive conference and accepted fewer than 1,000 of 3,300 submissions in 2018. IBM Research AI presented multiple technical papers and hosted two workshops at CVPR 2018. We […]
The other day my son asked me to explain what I do at work. I told him that our team builds technology that can answer your questions just by pointing your phone at what you’re trying to fix or understand. The augmented reality we’re developing will know what it is, and what to do – […]
This week IBM Research will be participating at the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) in Honolulu, Hawaii from July 21 –25. As a major computer vision event, it’s a place for researchers, academics, students, and even investors to learn about the latest advances in the field. IBM’s presence this year includes multiple […]
Quantity matters when training computers to accurately recognize what’s in an image. The more they see, the more they learn. But, training new visual recognition models from a large number of images using deep learning can quickly become a bottleneck, especially for cloud environments that use commodity hardware and GPUs. Commodity machines with an average […]
Demonstrating the continual innovation that takes place around its major sporting events, IBM Research and IBM iX are teaming up to provide “Cognitive Highlights” to The Championships, Wimbledon, the oldest tennis tournament in the world, to demonstrate how AI technology can scale and accelerate the video production process for any media, sports or entertainment company. […]