Video Recognition at Adobe
Dr Bryan Russell, Research scientist, Adobe Research, Creative Technologies Lab
13th December 2016
In this talk I will describe ongoing efforts in video recognition at Adobe. Video presents additional challenges over recognition in still images. Example challenges include the sheer volume of data, lack of annotated data across time, and presence of action categories where motion and appearance cues are critical. I’ll describe work that addresses the issue of visual representation in video and its intersection with natural language.
Bryan is a Research Scientist in the Creative Technologies Lab at Adobe. He received his Ph.D. from MIT in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory under the supervision of Professors William T. Freeman and Antonio Torralba. He was a post-doctoral fellow in the INRIA Willow team at the Département d'Informatique of Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, France. He was a research scientist with Intel Labs as part of the Intel Science and Technology Center for Visual Computing (ISTC-VC) and has been affiliated with the University of Washington.
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