Tag Archives: Eduardo Valle

Video pornography detection through deep learning techniques and motion information

In this paper, the authors deal with a growing issue of our connected society: automated sensitive media (pornographic, violent, gory, etc.) filtering. A range of applications has increased societal interest on the problem, e.g., detecting inappropriate behavior via surveillance cameras; … Continue reading

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FSI: Pornography classification: The hidden clues in video space–time

We are glad to announce that our journal paper “Pornography classification: The hidden clues in video space–time” has been accepted at Forensic Science International Journal, Volume 268 , 46-61, 2016. In the paper, the authors deal with an important issue … Continue reading

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Where is my puppy? Retrieving lost dogs by facial features

A pet that goes missing is among many people’s worst fears: a moment of distraction is enough for a dog or a cat wandering off from home. Some measures help matching lost animals to their owners; but automated visual recognition … Continue reading

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RECOD amasses two awards at the Google Research Awards for Latin America 2016

We are very proud to announce that two research projects from RECOD are among the winners of the 2016 edition of The Google Research Awards for Latin America. The program aims to identify and support students and professors who are … Continue reading

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Second seminar on Deep Learning by Prof. Matthieu Cord

We held last Friday (July 1st) the second seminar on Deep Leaning by Prof. Matthieu Cord from UPMC/France. Prof. Matthieu presented two frameworks: MANTRA, minimum maximum latent structural SVM for image classification and ranking, and WELDON, weakly supervised learning of deep … Continue reading

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MIT App Inventor is now available in Brazilian Portuguese!

Professor Eduardo Valle has completed the translating process of MIT App Inventor to Brazilian Portuguese. According to him, there were around 12 thousands words to translate and only one third was already translated. MIT App Inventor facilitates the development of … Continue reading

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1st RECOD hands-on deep learning workshop

The first RECOD hands-on deep learning workshop took place on last April 16-17. The workshop was open to all RECODists (students and researchers) and the goal was to take a very practical approach over the basic models of deep learning. … Continue reading

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Article is the second most cited in JVCI

The number of citations is one good metric, although not the only one, to evaluate the quality of a published research paper. We are very happy to highlight that our article, entitled “Comparative study of global color and texture descriptors … Continue reading

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RECOD celebrates its 6th year !

RECOD lab celebrated its sixth year of continued success with a big party last Friday. The anniversary was a little late — the lab was actually founded in October 2011, but the party was no less fun for the wait. … Continue reading

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Beyond Lesion-based Diabetic Retinopathy: a Direct Approach for Referral

Extending the classical approach of Bags of Visual Words, the latest RECOD research on Diabetic Retinopathy – Beyond Lesion-based Diabetic Retinopathy: a Direct Approach for Referral – has just been published on the Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics (J-BHI), which … Continue reading

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