IBM Research Computer Science Blog  

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Keynotes at DataFlow 2016, TCE 2016, and SDF 2016    (up to IBM Research Computer Science Blog)

Sean McKenna, IBM Reseach - Dublin, keynoted DataFlow 2016 (May 2016) in Baton Rouige, LA.  The title of his talk was "Smarter Planet 2.0".

Leonid Karlinsky, IBM Research - Haifa, gave a plenary talk at TCE 2016: The 6th Annual Henry Taub International TCE Conference on 3D Visual Computing: Graphics, Geometry & Imaging (May 2016) in Haifa, Israel.  The title of his talk was "Fine-Grained Recognition of Thousands of Object Categories with Single-Example Training".

Chieko Asakawa, IBM Research - Tokyo, gave a plenary talk at SDF 2016:Evolving Interaction Towards an Inclusive Community (May 2016) in Seoul, South Korea.  The title of her talk was "Let Me See the World".

posted by Brent Hailpern on Thu, 23 Jun 2016 13:44:59 -0400