high-speed human activity recognition — SFU Vision and Media Lab closing on target

SFU Vision and Media Laboratory team

SFU Vision and Media Laboratory team

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SFU Vision and Media Lab’s Greg Mori:  YouTube: facial recognition software and artificial intelligence

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Simon Frasier University’s Vision and Media Lab’s  Grand  Goal — AI Human Activity Recognition

“The SFU Vision and Media Laboratory conducts research in Computer Vision and Multimedia. We focus on the problems of active video, content-based retrieval, human activity recognition, lighting invariance, object recognition, and shape matching.

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“The grand goal of the field of human activity recognition is to build systems that can find human figures in either still images or video sequences, and determine what action they are performing. Such systems can be applied to develop more natural interfaces to computers, for example using gestures, in addition to being used for surveillance and security. (full article)

Image credit: SFU Vision and Media Lab, Simon Fraser University

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Newcomb’s commentary:  “All achievements, all earned riches, have their beginning in an idea.” Napoleon Hill

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