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Lifelong learning - for human and robots

Computer scientists from the University of Jena are awarded on international conference


Lifelong learning - an ability current machines are lacking off. To overcome this gap, computer scientists from Friedrich Schiller University Jena are developing algorithms, to allow systems to learn and adapt over time. During this years "Asian Conference on Computer Vision" in Daejeon (South-Korea), the computer vision group headed by Prof. Dr. Joachim Denzler was awarded for their contribution with the "Best Honorable Mention Paper Award".

The prize honors their work as second-best contribution of all submitted articles of ACCV 2012, in which more than 1,000 researchers from all around the world participated.

(For a complete project description, please see the links to the original press releases)


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ACCV 2012 Paper - Best Paper Honorable Mention

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Denzler, Paul Bodesheim, and Alexander Freytag (left to right) from the University of Jena are awarded for their contribution about computational processes involved during machine learning.


Picture: Jan-Peter Kasper/FSU









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