This year’s Deep Learning BCN Symposium will be held on Thursday 19th and Friday 20th of December 2019 in the Auditori Torre Telefònica Diagonal 00. In this second edition, we have several CVC researchers presenting:
On Thursday, 19th of December at 15.30, Dr. Antonio López: “Exploring the limitations of behavior cloning for autonomous driving”
On Friday, 20th of December at 14:30, Raul Gómez: “Exploring hate speech detection in multimodal publications”
And at 15:00, Dr. Lluís Gómez: “Scene text visual question answering”
Furthermore, on Friday 20th, at poster session, we will have several CVC posters being presented:
Lei Kang, J Ignacio Toledo, Pau Riba, Mauricio Villegas, Alicia Fornés, Marçal Rusiñol, “Unsupervised writer adaptation for synthetic-to-real handwritten word recognition“. WACV 2020.
Sounak Dey, Pau Riba, Anjan Dutta, Josep Llados, Yi-Zhe Song , “Doodle to search: practical zero-shot sketch-based image retrieval“. CVPR 2019.
Lluís Gómez, Andrés Mafla, Marçal Rusiñol, Dimosthenis Karatzas, “Single shot scene text retrieval and applications“. ECCV 2018.
Javad Zolfaghari Bengar, Abel Gonzalez-Garcia, Gabriel Villalonga, Bogdan Raducanu, Hamed H. Aghdam, Mikhail Mozerov, Antonio M. Lopez, Joost van de Weijer, “Temporal Coherence for Active Learning in Videos“. ICCV 2019 Workshop – CVRSUAD.
The Deep Learning Barcelona Symposium (DLBCN) aims at showcasing research on deep learning carried out by scientists in/from Barcelona, that is, scientists who currently work in Barcelona or who pursued part of their studies or career in Barcelona. The meeting gathers researchers from diverse disciplines working in the field of deep learning, and shows the potential of the capital to become the AI hub of Southern Europe.
More information: https://sites.google.com/view/dlbcn2019/home?authuser=0