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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".