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Temporal robust features for violence detection

Automatically detecting violence in videos is paramount for enforcing the law and providing the society with better policies for safer public places. In addition, it may be essential for protecting minors from accessing inappropriate contents on-line, and for helping parents … Continue reading

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We can’t tell you just yet…

Anyone who’s ever worked in the frontier between Science and Innovation has faced the dilemma of secrecy versus disclosure : the scientific spirit demands full publication of every implementation detail — a result that cannot be reproduced is not a … Continue reading

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RECOD gets 2nd place at Violence Scene Detection MediaEval 2014

RECOD team at MediaEval 2014 (MediaEval Benchmarking Initiative for Multimedia Evaluation) got the 2nd place at the generalization task (YouTube videos) of the Violent Scene Detection competition. The team was formed by Profs. Anderson Rocha, Eduardo Valle and Siome Goldenstein, … Continue reading

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