Seminar in AI - Fall 2020

Sponsored by the Institute for AI+X

 

This weekly seminar will focus on broad research issues in artificial intelligence, image analysis, computer vision, pattern recognition, robotics, applied machine learning and other relevant fields. The purpose of the seminar is to provide the participants with the understanding of current research in these areas, as well as to promote greater awareness and interaction between multiple research groups within USF and in Tampa Bay area. The format of the course is informal. Scheduled presentation by participants and invited speakers are followed by question and answer period. The seminar is open to all students interested in artificial intelligence research. Faculty and researchers interested in these fields are invited to virtually attend. Please contact Larry Hall (lohall@mail.usf.edu) to be added to the mailing list to get the link for a lecture.


Time: 1:00-2:00pm, Friday, via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra
Faculty coordinator : Lawrence O. Hall, Office: ENB 330
Email lohall@mail.usf.edu

Date

Speakers

Topic

Aug. 28

Organization

Sep. 4

Mauricio Pamplona Segundo

High-resolution Synthetic Fingerprint Generation

 

 

CT Image for CNN's

 

Sep. 11

John Licato

Analogical Reasoning: Separating human from machine (and animal) cognition

 

 

 

Sep. 18

Shaun Canavan, USF

Affective Computing: Past, Present, and Future

Sep. 25

Caio da Silva

On Recurrent Neural Networks for Multivariate Time Series with Missing Values By Che, et. al. (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-24271-9),

 

 

 

Oct. 2

Issam El Naqua - Chair, Department of Machine Learning at Moffitt Cancer Center

Machine Learning in decoding epi/genomic architecture and variant structures.

Oct. 9

Hunter Morera

Abnormality Detection in Wireless Capsule Endoscopy Using Deep Neural Networks

Oct. 16

Gilbert Rotich

Representation Learning in Satellite Images for Fine-Grained Building Detection

Oct. 23

Kaoutar Ben Ahmed

Ensembles of Convolutional Neural Networks for Survival Time Estimation of High-grade Glioma Patients from Multimodal MRI

Oct. 30

Alessandro Negro, Graph Aware

Fighting COVID-19 by Finding Relevant Converging Research Patterns with Knowledge Graphs

Nov. 6

Sven Dickinson, University of Toronto, Samsung Research

The Role of Symmetry in Human and Computer Vision

Nov. 13

Diane Cook, Regents Professor and Huie-Rogers Chair, Washington State University

Constructing a Human Digital Twin  

Nov. 20

Dec. 4

 

Additional Events

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The proceedings of the Spring 2020 class can be found here
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The proceedings of the Spring 2019 class can be found here
The proceedings of the Fall 2018 class can be found here
The proceedings of the Spring 2018 class can be found here
The proceedings of the Fall 2017 class can be found here
The proceedings of the Spring 2017 class can be found here
The proceedings of the Fall 2016 class can be found here
The proceedings of the Spring 2016 class can be found here
The proceedings of the Fall 2015 class can be found here

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Email lohall@mail.usf.edu

Updated 01/23/2020