Category: Press

One Giant Leap For Autonomous Cars

CVC’s Research group ADAS developed a virtual simulation to accelerate and cheapen machine learning process in autonomous cars. ADAS recently developed a video game-like computer simulation called SYNTHIA that aims to accelerate and improve the way artificial intelligences learn to understand

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The autonomous car is closer than ever

The autonomous car is closer than ever and  the CVC actively work for its development. News as the one you can find attached recognize our work in the field, specially the work developed by ADAS group . SiliconOnline

The CVC participated in the first edition of the Techparty

The CVC participated in the first edition of the Techparty organized by the UAB, this was a meeting for students and professionals of the gaming world, interested in new technologies, social networks and innovation, where students could discover the newest

Care Respite amb CaixaImpulse

Care Respite is a comprehensive technological solution aimed at caregivers that allows automatic monitoring of dependents. . It uses computer vision technology that interprets the events that take place and sends alerts to caregivers in order to report certain activities

Barcelona decrypts its first ‘social network’ dating back to the fifteenth century

The national newspaper “La Vanguardia” published the 6 of April an article about the research developed between the Computer Vision Center and the Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics. The project creates a software that reads ancient documents and reconstructs the marriage register of the

With new techniques visually impaired will recognize gestures of their correspondent

Webadictos has published an article about a project that involved the Computer Vision Center. Dr. Bogdan Raducanu, researcher at the CVC, is involved in this project to facilitate the recognition of other people gestures by visually impaired people. Automatic computer

Environmental Intelligence to control dependents

Last week, Diarimedico published “Inteligencia ambiental para controlar a dependientes” about Care Respite. The Computer Vision Centre (CVC) of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), the University of Barcelona (UB) and the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) in collaboration with the company ACCEPLAN,

Investigación y Desarrollo talks about the system for the identification and classification of paintings

The web page Investigación y Desarrollo has published an article about a system for the identification and classification of paintings developed by researcher from the Computer Vision Center. The mechanism learned from a large database with over 2000 pictures and

The CVC 20th anniversary in the media

We leave the links to the various publications that have talked about our 20th anniversary:  

The autonomous car in the media

This week Barcelona holds a congress of the automotive industry and the media has been talking about it, but also about the work developed here, at the Computer Vision Center by ADAS research group, that is working on the challenges of