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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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Rate-energy-accuracy optimization of convolutional architectures for face recognition

The problem of automatically detecting and recognizing faces has received significant attention in the past fifty years and systems based on Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) or convolutional architectures currently represent the state of the art. In this paper, the authors … Continue reading

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RECOD Research in Biometry Featured on National Television

RECOD research on biometry was featured last Sunday on Globo TV varieties program Fantástico. Globo TV is the Brazilian TV channel of highest audience, and Fantástico is its leading Sunday TV show about Science, news and varieties since 1973. The … Continue reading

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Ph.D. Candidate Giovani Chiachia Wins International Biometry Challenge

An algorithm developed by Giovani Chiachia, Ph.D. candidate supervised by Prof. Anderson Rocha and Prof. Alexandre Falcão, in a cooperation with Harvard University, got the first place in the MOBIO Face Recognition Competition of the  prestigious International Conference on Biometrics. … Continue reading

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