Acceptance of two papers by ICCV’17 Workshop on MS-Celeb-1M: Recognizing One Million Celebrities in the Real World
August 17, 2017 | Project
PRDCSG, collaborating with the National University of Singapore (NUS), co-authored two papers that have been accepted by ICCV (International Conference on Computer Vision*) 2017 Workshop on MS-Celeb-1M: Recognizing One Million Celebrities in the Real World, which will be held in Venice, Italy, on October 28th, 2017.
The two papers are titled: “High Performance Large Scale Face Recognition with Multi-Cognition Softmax and Feature Retrieval” and “Know You at One Glance: A Compact Vector Representation for Low-Shot Learning”, which, respectively, correspond to Challenge 1 and Challenge 2 of the MS-Celeb-1M, in which we achieved the No.1 position in both competitions.
* A premier international computer vision event
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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.Read more