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Inside ACL: Building Watson DeepQA keynote Address by David Ferrucci

This morning David Ferrucci gave the Association for Computation Linguistics (ACL) 2011 keynote talk. Michael Bendersky is attending the conference and was very generous to send me his notes on the first keynote talk. Be sure to read his paper, Joint… → Read More: Inside ACL: Building Watson DeepQA keynote Address by David Ferrucci

Intel announces Haswell’s processor instructions

http://computervisioncentral.com/content/intel-announces-haswells-processor-instructions01665 Intel has announced new processor instructions for the Haswell chip architecture that would be useful for image and video processing. According to an Intel Bl… → Read More: Intel announces Haswell’s processor instructions

3-D movie shows what happens in the brain as it loses consciousness

http://www.manchester.ac.uk/aboutus/news/display/?id=7143 University of Manchester researchers have for the first time been able to watch what happens to the brain as it loses consciousness. Using sophisticated imaging equipment they have constructed … → Read More: 3-D movie shows what happens in the brain as it loses consciousness

Automatic Illustration with Cross-media Retrieval in Large-scale Collections

Filipe Coelho, Cristina Ribeiro – CBMI 2011 Abstract: In this paper, we approach the task of finding suit-able images to illustrate text, from specific news stories to more generic blog entries. We have developed an automatic illustration system suppor… → Read More: Automatic Illustration with Cross-media Retrieval in Large-scale Collections

The Cell: An Image Library

The Cell: An Image Library™ is a freely accessible, easy-to-search, public repository of reviewed and annotated images, videos, and animations of cells from a variety of organisms, showcasing cell architecture, intracellular functionalities, and both… → Read More: The Cell: An Image Library

Content Based Image Retrieval Using Visual-Words Distribution Entropy

Savvas A. Chatzichristofis, Chryssanthi Iakovidou, and Yiannis S. Boutalis Abstract. Bag-of-visual-words (BOVW) is a representation of images which is built using a large set of local features. To date, the experimental results presented in the literat… → Read More: Content Based Image Retrieval Using Visual-Words Distribution Entropy

Semantic hierarchies for image annotation: a survey

Anne-Marie Tousch, Stéphane Herbin and Jean-Yves Audibert In this survey, we argue that using structured vocabularies is capital to the success of image annotation. We analyze literature on image annotation uses and user needs, and we stress the need … → Read More: Semantic hierarchies for image annotation: a survey

Foo for Thought

Last weekend I had the extraordinary privilege to attend Foo Camp, an annual gathering of about 250 Friends Of O’Reilly (aka Foo). Tim O’Reilly, Sara Winge, and their colleagues have amazing friends, as you can see if you scan this unofficial list of attendees working on big data, open government, computer security, and more generally […] → Read More: Foo for Thought

Foo for Thought

Last weekend I had the extraordinary privilege to attend Foo Camp, an annual gathering of about 250 Friends Of O’Reilly (aka Foo). Tim O’Reilly, Sara Winge, and their colleagues have amazing friends, as you can see if you scan this unofficial list of attendees working on big data, open government, computer security, and more generally […] → Read More: Foo for Thought

Foo for Thought

Last weekend I had the extraordinary privilege to attend Foo Camp, an annual gathering of about 250 Friends Of O’Reilly (aka Foo). Tim O’Reilly, Sara Winge, and their colleagues have amazing friends, as you can see if you scan this unofficial list of attendees working on big data, open government, computer security, and more generally […] → Read More: Foo for Thought