Computer vision is a field of AI that allows computers and systems to derive meaningful information from digital images, videos, and other visual input, and take action or make recommendations based on it. of this information. CVPR 2022 brought together the brightest minds in the field for a one week program articles, speeches, workshops, tutorials, posters, virtual learning and discussions, and showcased the advancement of computer vision globally.
CVPR’s annual conference covered a wide range of computer vision, AI and ML topics and applications; The top five research categories at CVPR 2022 ranked by the number of papers accepted this year are:
- Recognition: detection, categorization, recovery
- Synthesis and generation of images and videos
- 3D from multi-views and sensors
- Low level vision
- Vision + language.
CVPR 2022 saw a record number of paper submissions – 8,161 – of which only 2,064 were accepted at the conference.
The CVPR recognizes this research annually through its Best Paper Awards, and the event is internationally known for its prestigious awards program. Of this year’s 33 finalists selected from 2,064 accepted papers, the awards committee awarded the following prizes:
Best Paper Award
Learn to solve small difficult problems
Authors: Petr Hruby, Timothy Duff, Anton Leykinand Tomas Pajdla
Honorable Mention for Best Paper
Dual Shutter Optical Vibration Detection
Authors: Marc Sheinin, Dorian Chan, Matthew O’Toole, Srinivasa Narasimhan
Best Student Paper Award
EPro-PnP: end-to-end generalized probabilistic perspective-n-points for monocular object pose estimation
Authors: Hansheng ChenPichao Wang, Fan Wang, Wei Tian, Lu XiongHao Li
Honorable Mention for Best Student Paper
Ref-NeRF: View Dependent Structured Appearance for Neural Radiation Fields
Authors: Dor Verbin, Peter Hedman, Ben Mildenhall, Todd Zicker, Jonathan Baron, Pratul Srinivasan
The event’s exhibit hall filled with 137 exhibitors provided an abundance of advancements to explore and included companies renowned for their AI programs such as Apple, Meta, Microsoft and TikTok, as well as driving companies autonomous like Argo AI, Tesla, Cruise and Zoox.
Exhibitor highlights include:
- Unity computer vision featured “Digital Humans for Computer Vision” – a proprietary digital human generator has been developed that contains highly parametric, simulation-ready 3D human resources.
- You’re here brought the Tesla Cybertruck prototype to the CVPR for attendees to inspect it up close.
- Zooxthe autonomous robotaxi company acquired by Amazon, presented its specially designed vehicle for the first time at the conference. Guests could imagine the future of transportation by sitting inside.
- At Meta booth, attendees met researchers actively exploring the latest machine learning techniques for application to various areas of machine perception.
The list of keynote speakers for CVPR 2022 included the following high-level industry leaders:
- Josh Tennenbaum – Professor, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), presented “Learning to See the Human Way”
- Xuedong Huang – Technical Fellow, Chief Technology Officer Azure AI, presented “Toward Integrative AI with Computer Vision”
- Kavita Bala – Dean, Ann S. Bowers College computer science and information science, Cornell Universitypresented “Understanding the Visual Appearance of the Micron on a Global Scale”.
A round table on “Embodied Computer Vision”, presented Martial Hebert, Carnegie Mellon Universityas moderator, with panelists who included KristenGrauman, University of Texas, Austinand Meta IA; Nicholas RoyZoox and MIT; and Michael RyooStonybrook University and Google.
The CVPR 2023 event will take place at Vancouverof June 17 to 23, 2023.
The Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) is the premier annual conference on computer vision and pattern recognition. With top-notch technical content, the core curriculum, tutorials, workshops, cutting-edge exposure, and the attendance of over 7,500 people per year, CVPR creates a unique opportunity to network, recruit, inspire, and motivation.
About the IEEE Computing Society
The IEEE Computer Society is the global home for computing, engineering and technology. A world leader in providing access to computer science research, analysis, and information, the IEEE Computer Society offers a full range of unparalleled products, services, and opportunities for individuals at every stage of their life. professional career. Recognized as the premier organization that empowers the people who drive technology, the IEEE Computer Society offers international conferences including CVPR, peer-reviewed publications, a unique digital library, and education programs.
About the Computer Vision Foundation
The Computer Vision Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to foster and support research into all aspects of computer vision. Together with the IEEE Computer Society, it co-sponsors the two largest computer vision conferences: CVPR and the International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV).
SOURCE IEEE Computing Society