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SIMPLE Descriptors

SIMPLE [Searching Images with Mpeg-7 (& Mpeg-7 like) Powered Localized dEscriptors] begun as a collection of four descriptors [Simple-SCD, Simple-CLD, Simple-EHD and Simple-CEDD (or LoCATe)]. The main idea behind SIMPLE is to utilize global descrip… → Read More: SIMPLE Descriptors

HOW TO BUILD MACHINE LEARNING WITH GOOGLE PREDICTION API

While not widely understood, machine learning has been easily accessible since Google Prediction API was released in 2011. With many applications in a wide variety of fields, this tutorial by Alex Casalboni on the Cloud Academy blog is a useful place t… → Read More: HOW TO BUILD MACHINE LEARNING WITH GOOGLE PREDICTION API

HOW TO BUILD MACHINE LEARNING WITH GOOGLE PREDICTION API

While not widely understood, machine learning has been easily accessible since Google Prediction API was released in 2011. With many applications in a wide variety of fields, this tutorial by Alex Casalboni on the Cloud Academy blog is a useful place t… → Read More: HOW TO BUILD MACHINE LEARNING WITH GOOGLE PREDICTION API

DocEng 2015

FXPAL had two publications at DocEng 2015. The conference was in Lausanne, Switzerland. “High-Quality Capture of Documents on a Cluttered Tabletop with a 4K Video Camera” “Searching Live Meetings: “Show me the Action” Some observations from FXPAL colleagues Jean Paoli, co-author of XML, opened the DocEng 2015 conference by taking us back to the early days […] → Read More: DocEng 2015

Morph an image to resemble a painting in the style of the great masters

A group of researchers at the University of Tubingen, Germany, have developed an algorithm that can morph an image to resemble a painting in the style of the great masters. Technically called “deep learning” algorithms, they are already in use by c… → Read More: Morph an image to resemble a painting in the style of the great masters

Morph an image to resemble a painting in the style of the great masters

A group of researchers at the University of Tubingen, Germany, have developed an algorithm that can morph an image to resemble a painting in the style of the great masters. Technically called “deep learning” algorithms, they are already in use by c… → Read More: Morph an image to resemble a painting in the style of the great masters

ICPRS-2016

20-22 April 2016, Talca, ChileThe International Conference on Pattern Recognition Systems (ICPRS) is a development from the successful Chilean Conference on Pattern Recognition that reached its 5th edition in 2014. It is organised by the Chilean Associ… → Read More: ICPRS-2016

ICPRS-2016

20-22 April 2016, Talca, ChileThe International Conference on Pattern Recognition Systems (ICPRS) is a development from the successful Chilean Conference on Pattern Recognition that reached its 5th edition in 2014. It is organised by the Chilean Associ… → Read More: ICPRS-2016

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

The software Stephen Hawking uses to talk to the world is now free

For almost 20 years, Intel has been building technology to help Stephen Hawking communicate with the world — and now the company is making the same software the world renowned physicist uses to write books, give speeches and talk available to everybo… → Read More: The software Stephen Hawking uses to talk to the world is now free