Panasonic R&D Center Singapore Won the AI Driving Olympics (AI-DO) at NeurIPS (formerly known as NIPS) 2018
December 08, 2018 | Project
Panasonic R&D Center Singapore (PRDCSG) teamed up with the National University of Singapore (NUS) to partake in the inaugural AI Driving Olympics (AI-DO) competition, which took place at NeurIPS (formerly known as NIPS), a top-tier international conference in machine learning, in Montréal, Canada, on 8th December 2018. The Panasonic-NUS team cruised past all the competitors to secure the top spot.
Besting the other participants in the Leaderboards of Lane Following (LF) challenge and Lane Following with Vehicles (LFV) challenge utilizing the Duckietown platform, and subsequently during the live event at NeurIPS 2018, the Panasonic-NUS team was eventually crowned the Winner of the competition.
PRDCSG Achieving the World’s Top Best Accuracy for Face Recognition
In collaboration with the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Innovation Center of Connected Solutions of Panasonic Corporation, PRDCSG has recently developed face recognition technology that has achieved the world’s Top Best Accuracy for Face Recognition by benchmarking the dataset covering all the conditions taken in the surveillance market, the dataset of which is provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).Read more
Panasonic Tops the IROS 2018 Mobile Manipulation Hackathon Competition 2018 as First-Place Winner
PRDCSG teamed up with the Nanyang Technological University to take part in the IROS Mobile Manipulation Hackathon Competition held in…Read more
Deep Learning Summit Asia @SG 2016
Members from PRDCSG and various Panasonic divisions and centres in Japan attended the Deep Learning Summit Asia, which presented a great opportunity for us to gain new perspectives on approaches to technical advances in deep learning and smart AI, as well as new forms of creativity in the new technological era. It also provided us with new opportunities for business networking with other participants.Read more
Paper accepted for publication in the special issue of the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology
Teaming up with several world-renowned video experts, PRDCSG co-authored a paper titled “General Video Coding Technology in Responses to the…Read more