Embedded Vision Insights: March 13, 2017 Edition
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|LETTER FROM THE EDITOR|
The Embedded Vision Summit is pleased to announce our keynote speaker for May 2nd: Jitendra Malik, Arthur J. Chick Professor and Chair, Dept. of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, U.C. Berkeley. We also want to remind you that Early Bird pricing ends in two days. Use promotional code nlevi0313 when registering and save 15%!
Deep learning and neural networks, coupled with high-performance computing, have led to remarkable advances in computer vision. But while we can now detect people and objects in a scene, we’re still quite short of "visual understanding"—for example, the ability to predict what might happen next in a video sequence. Professor Malik’s keynote talk, "Deep Visual Understanding from Deep Learning," will review progress in visual understanding, give an overview of the state of the art, and show a tantalizing glimpse into what the future holds. This is your opportunity to learn from an industry pioneer whose cutting-edge research is breaking new ground.
Join us for three days of computer vision inspiration including multiple expert presentations on deep learning for vision, 3D perception and low-power vision implementation plus: