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Granted Patent: Open set classifier

Samsung and RECOD have the honor to inform a GRANTED PATENT at the USPTO (USA). The document is: “METHOD FOR MULTICLASS CLASSIFICATION IN OPEN-SET SCENARIOS AND USES THEREOF”, publication number US 14/532,580 or as it was known by the nickname … Continue reading

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RECOD is Top 10 on international competition for melanoma classification

A team of RECOD researchers participated for the second time on the melanoma classification task at the melanoma diagnostic challenge promoted by the International Skin Imaging Collaboration. This year the number of participants grew 6 times regarding last edition, reaching 77 … Continue reading

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DéjàVu Post-doctoral Fellowship

The Thematic Research Project, entitled DéjàVu: Feature-Space-Time Coherence from Heterogeneous Data form Media Integrity and Interpretation of Events funded by FAPESP is seeking candidates for a 2-year (renewable) post-doctoral fellowship position to work at the Reasoning for Complex Data (RECOD) … Continue reading

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RECOD celebrates its 8th year!

This year, our lab celebrated its eighth year of success together with an end of the year party. We have achieved significant growth in the international scientific community. Also, this year two professors joined RECOD: Adin Rivera and Sandra Avila. … Continue reading

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RECODists Talks

During the last weeks, RECODists were performing several talks about the research projects we have been carrying on. They are: “Toward a Safer Digital World: Fighting Sensitive Content Online” at SECOMP UFSCar 2017 – Anderson Rocha “Aprendizado de Máquina em … Continue reading

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RECOD on the news

An article published at Correio Braziliense (in Portuguese), which is an important vehicle of communication in Brazil, highlights that 40% of doctored images are not perceived by people. This conclusion was reached by researchers at Warwick University through several experiments. … Continue reading

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RECOD on the news

With the advances of artificial intelligence (AI), specially machine learning, many areas can take advantages of these emerging technologies. The learning experience, for instance, could be much more personal with algorithms that are able to identify possible difficulties of one … Continue reading

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Patent: “Two-tiered method and apparatus for fast and accurate face verification on mobile devices”

Yesterday the BioLive team celebrated their patent request approval by Motorola. This patent, entitled “Two-tiered method and apparatus for fast and accurate face verification on mobile devices”, is an important result of a collaborative research project between RECOD and Motorola. … Continue reading

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Our research about pornography detection on the News

Our research about pornography detection, recently published at Neurocomputing, is getting the attention of many News agencies in Brazil. It’s a good indicator to measure the great impact it has into our modern society. All of them are listed below … Continue reading

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RECOD’s Diabetic Retinopathy research on the news

Our research on Diabetic Retinopathy has gotten the attention of a well known website about health and wellness in Brazil. The article (in Portuguese) highlights the importance of diabetic retinopathy treatment and how the society can take advantage of our … Continue reading

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