29th November 2018
The Royal Designers for Industry (RDI) awards was founded in 1936 to give recognition to outstanding designers and to promote the important contribution of design in manufacturing and industry. It is described by the RSA (Royal Society of Arts) as the “highest honour a UK designer can receive”.
Shreepriya, User Experience Designer and part or the UX and Ethnography team, was invited to participate in the ceremony her student project was presented. What a great occasion to meet some of the very best contemporary designers!
2nd December 2018
The 3rd IWRR workshop will also be held in conjunction with the 14th Asian Conference on Computer Vision (ACCV2018).
IWRR focusses on the automatic extraction and interpretation of textual content in images, and applications that use textual information obtained automatically by such methods.
8th-11th January 2019
CES, the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace organized by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). 1000 speakers, 4400 exhibiting companies and more than 180000 visitors!
15th November 2018
Matthias Gallé: "The real threat of artificial intelligence".
2nd December through 8th December 2018
NAVER LABS Europe is Gold Sponsor of NeurIPS 2018. The acronym of the Neural Information Processing Systems conference has been changed: "NIPS" became "NeurIPS".
Booth #419. Come see us to discuss career opportunities and research collaborations.
NAVER LABS Europe demon at NIPS 2018 Expo: Sunday 2nd December at 10:00: NaverLabs-MunJi ( 문제 ), a Wikipedia Scale Machine Reading System
3 day event organised by Universite Cote d'Azur. INRIA and other AI ecosystem members.
Vassilissa Lehoux and Diane Larlus, two of NAVER LABS Europe researchers invited speakers in AI and Mobility and AI and Vision respectively.
Deview 2018: 11th - 12th October 2018
Naver’s annual developer’s conference Deview 2018 will bring together approximatively 3000 local and foreign software developers and tech industry officials.
NAVER LABS Europe will be giving 4 presentations detailed below but also a number of demos on the booth.
Friday, 12th October:
- Indoor Map Self-Update using Computer Vision: Learning to Detect Changes in Place of Interest (POI), Jérome Revaud NAVER LABS Europe with Seonggyun Jeong, NAVER LABS (Track 4, 1100 - 1145)
- Fashion Image Retrieval - Jon Almazon (Track 1: 1200-1245)
- Making Robots Learn for the Real World – Tomi Silander (Track 4: 1400-1445)
- Wikipedia-scale Q&A – Julien Perez (Track 3: 1500-1545)