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Tony Han and his research team attended the PASCAL grand challenge in object detection and won first place in detection for potted plants and chairs and second place in detection for humans, cars, horses and bikes
Tony Han, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and his research group are developing algorithms for automatic object detection. (From left to right)Wei Gong, Guang Chen, Xutao Lv, Shuai Tang, Tony Han and Xiaoyu Wang
Researchers hope that their software will be able to detect certain objects or people (including Elvis) within videos
Researchers at the University of Missouri (MU) are developing software that would enable computers to perform video analysis tasks, such as alerting emergency services if a video surveillance camera detects a person falling and not getting up. The software could also be used to search inside videos and look for certain objects, such as basketballs or footballs, hence reducing the time taken to locate a certain game or scene.
Read the full article: Software to detect objects inside videos
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