May
8

BCS West Yorkshire Branch -Lovelace Lecture : Machines that learn to see

5:45 PM to 8:30 PM

DHEZ Ltd , The Digital Exchange, Bradford, West Yorkshire , BD1 5BD
Organiser: BCS West Yorkshire
Price: FOC to both BCS and Non BCS Members
Agenda:
5:45pm - Arrive, Registration, Refreshments
6:20pm - Introduction
6:30pm - 8:30pm - Lecture (streamed live from London)



Abstract:
The 2017 Lovelace Lecture-‘Machines that learn to see’ is being delivered in London by Professor Andrew Blake. West Yorkshire BCS are pleased to show this live streamed event and you are invited to join us.
 
Machine vision works nowadays. Machines can: navigate using vision; separate object from background; recognise a wide variety of objects, and track their motion.

Bio:
Professor Andrew Blake is an engineer whose innovative work on image analysis has helped make it possible for computers to react to the world around them, based on the visual data they receive. His research has focused particularly on the accurate tracking of motion and the reconstruction of visible surfaces.