Panasonic R&D Center Singapore Won the AI Driving Olympics (AI-DO) at NeurIPS (formerly known as NIPS) 2018
December 8, 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.
Deep Learning Summit Asia @SG 2016
Members from Panasonic R&D Center Singapore 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
Panasonic R&D Center Singapore marking the first full-year deployment of our AI-based Visitor Counting solution with the latest technology update at the Singapore Flyer’s Time Capsule
Panasonic R&D Center Singapore deployed our AI-based Visitor Counting solution at the iconic Singapore Flyer – Asia’s largest giant observation…Read more
TechInnovation @SG 2016
Panasonic R&D Center Singapore partook in TechInnovation 2016 as one of the exhibitors to appeal to local collaboration through crowd-sourcing and crowd-pitching. TechInnovation has been a technology-industry brokerage event organized by IPI Singapore since 2012.Read more
Joint collaborations with I2R: achieved the No. 2 position at MEC 2017 plus a paper accepted at ICMI 2017
In collaboration with the Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), Panasonic R&D Center Singapore achieved the No. 2 position in the audio-visual emotion recognition sub-challenge of the Multimodal Emotion Recognition Challenge (MEC) 2017. The challenge (*1) is aimed at the comparison of multimedia processing and machine learning methods for automatic audio and visual emotion analysis.Read more