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ICME libdash Demo

This is the official MPEG-DASH Reference Software. → Read More: ICME libdash Demo

Top notch AI system about as smart as a four-year-old, lacks commonsense

Article from http://www.gizmag.com/ai-system-iq-four-year-old/28321/ Those who saw IBM’s Watson defeat former winners on Jeopardy! in 2011 might be forgiven for thinking that artificially intelligent computer systems are a lot brighter than they are… → Read More: Top notch AI system about as smart as a four-year-old, lacks commonsense

20 Historic Black and White Photos Colorized

Article from twistedsifte One of the greatest facets of reddit are the thriving subreddits, niche communities of people who share a passion for a specific topic. One of the Sifter’s personal favourites is r/ColorizedHistory. The major contributors ar… → Read More: 20 Historic Black and White Photos Colorized

Artist gets a tattoo only visible by smartphone

Article from Dvice Presuming your mother is anything like mine, you’ve heard that if you got a tattoo you’d later regret it. Not to mention the whole it-being-visible-during-job-interviews thing. But what if you had a tattoo that was only visible … → Read More: Artist gets a tattoo only visible by smartphone

Automated image-based diagnosis

Article from Cris’s Image Analysis Blog Nowhere is it as difficult to get a fully automatic image analysis system accepted and used in practice as in the clinic. Not only are physicians sceptical of technology that makes them irrelevant, but an automat… → Read More: Automated image-based diagnosis

3-D mapping in real time, without the drift

New technique creates highly detailed, accurate 3-D maps in real time. Article from MITnews Computer scientists at MIT and the National University of Ireland (NUI) at Maynooth have developed a mapping algorithm that creates dense, highly detailed 3-D m… → Read More: 3-D mapping in real time, without the drift

Remembering Gene

We are very sorry to report that Gene Golovchinsky passed away on August 15, 2013. His friends have created an online remembrances forum at http://genegolovchinsky.blogspot.com. Gene was the heart and soul of this blog, he wrote 3/4 of the posts, and it exists solely because he pushed this admin to create it and do occasional […] → Read More: Remembering Gene

New LIRE web demo based on Apache Solr

Article from http://www.semanticmetadata.net/ The new LIRE web demo is based on Apache Solr and features and index of the MIRFLICKR data set. The new architecture allows for extremely fast retrieval. Moreover, there’s a new walk through video with so… → Read More: New LIRE web demo based on Apache Solr

Measuring incremental cost-to-production in predictive coding

I had the opportunity on Monday of giving a talk on processes for predictive coding in e-discovery to the Victorian Society for Computers and the Law. The key novel suggestion of my talk was that the effectiveness of the iteratively-trained classifier should be measured not (only) by abstract metrics of effectiveness such as F score, […] → Read More: Measuring incremental cost-to-production in predictive coding

Information Retrieval Models: Foundations and Relationships

(New Book) Information Retrieval Models: Foundations and Relationships Thomas Roelleke, Queen Mary University of London Synthesis Lectures on Digital Circuits and Systems Paperback: 9781627050784 / $40.00 / £24.99 eBook ISBN: 9781627050791 July 2013,… → Read More: Information Retrieval Models: Foundations and Relationships

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