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Is it easy to apply machine learning to computer vision applications?
Host: Prof. Ernst Wit
USI Campus Est, room D0.02, Sector D
12:30 - 13:30
LUT University, Finland
The presentation considers computer vision and machine learning, especially from a point of view of applications. Digital image processing and analysis with machine learning methods could enable efficient solutions for various areas of useful data-centric engineering applications. Challenges with domain adaptation, active learning, open set classification, and metric learning of similarities are considered and related examples are given, based on the research of LUT Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Laboratory (CVPRL).
Prof. Heikki Kälviäinen has been a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering since 1999. He is the head of the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Laboratory (CVPRL) in LUT University, Finland. His research interests include computer vision, pattern recognition, machine learning, and digital image processing and analysis: 28 doctoral theses and 168 master's theses supervised, more than 220 peer-reviewed scientific articles, and 51 research projects (total 6,3 MEUR). Besides LUT, Prof. Kälviäinen has worked more than six years in the following universities: Brno University of Technology, Czech Technical University, Monash University, and University of Surrey. He has served in many academic leader positions, including a Vice Dean, a Head of Department/Degree Program/Laboratory, a Director of East Finland Graduate School in Computer Science and Engineering, and a Deputy Head of School at Monash University Malaysia.
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