Panasonic tops MS-Celeb-1M Challenges
July 19, 2017 | Project
PRDCSG, in collaboration with the National University of Singapore (NUS), has achieved the No. 1 position in MS-Celeb-1M Challenge 2017 , which is organized by Microsoft, for both Challenge 1 and Challenge 2. The results are in alignment with our mission to promote Panasonic’s outstanding Face Recognition technology worldwide.
In Challenge 1, the task is to recognize one million celebrities from their face images and identify them by linking to unique entity keys in a knowledge base. This task introduces very large-scale face recognition with disambiguation.
In Challenge 2, the task is to solve problem of low-shot face recognition where the number of images available for training is limited.
The general website:
The leaderboard for challenge 1:
The leaderboard for challenge 2:
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