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Conferences and Journals in Signal Processing and Communication/Information Theory
For cell-library implementation, circuit simulation (or, logic simulation) for noise-based logic, try the following: IEEE International Conference on Communications IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME 2019) IEEE International Conference on Computational Photography (ICCP 2019) IEEE Data Science Workshop (DSW 2019) IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM) Other conferences in signal processing and communication/information theory: +IEEE
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- On Tuesday, April 23, 2019
CVPR18: Tutorial: Part 1: Interpretable Machine Learning for Computer Vision
Organizers: Bolei Zhou Laurens van der Maaten Been Kim Andrea Vedaldi Description: Complex machine learning models such as deep convolutional neural ...
Playing Guitar in MIT Autonomous Vehicle (Driver Activity Recognition)
Demonstrating driver activity recognition in the MIT Human-Centered Autonomous Vehicle by playing guitar. For more information see the following links.
Mesoscopic Facial Geometry Inference Using Deep Neural Networks (CVPR 2018)
CVPR 2018 Paper Video: We present a learning-based approach for synthesizing facial geometry at medium and fine scales from diffusely-lit facial texture maps ...
Label Domain Adaptation
AAAI 2019 Online Supplementary Material - Label Domain Adaptation.
Amir Zamir: Taskonomy: Disentangling Transfer Learning for Perception (CVPR 2018 Best Paper Winner)
In this episode I'm joined by Amir Zamir, Postdoctoral researcher at both Stanford & UC Berkeley. Amir joins us fresh off of winning the 2018 CVPR Best Paper ...