NAVER LABS Europe
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Published: Thursday, 2 November 2017

6th to 8th November 2017
Vassilissa Lehoux,co-authored with Simon Pageaud, Véronique Deslandres and Salima Hassas: Co-construction of adaptive public policies using SmartGov  (8th November, Ballroom C, 4:00pm - 6.30pm)

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Published: Monday, 30 October 2017

28th October 2017

Matthias Gallé, invited talk: Human-Centric Machine-Learning

This talk was livestreamed on YouTube.

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Published: Monday, 30 October 2017

ICDAR-OST is held in conjunction with IAPR from 10th - 12th November 2017. This two-day event aims at promoting open tools, software and open services in the domain of Document Image Analysis Research.

Jean-Luc MeunierHervé DéjeanTranskribus Python Toolkit

Jean-Luc Meunier: PyStruct Extension for Typed CRF Graphs.

Associated with these publications is the release of a new library publicly available on GitHub under the Simplified BSD License.

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Published: Friday, 27 October 2017

Antonietta Grasso is an invited speaker at this Symposium honoring Georgio de Michelis and his lifelong contribution to CSCW, interaction design, ubiquitous computing and models of concurrent systems. Her presentation is on The person in the loop: some reflections on the role of ethnographic
user studies in computer science

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Published: Thursday, 28 September 2017

29th October - 2nd November 2017

Leonid Antsfeld: "A user-centered approach for analyzing data collected as part of a rideshare-integrated first and last mile service offering", co-authored with Bryan DolanEric HambyXuejin Wen and Melanie Morgan.

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Published: Thursday, 28 September 2017

16th - 17th October 2017

DEVIEW is Korea’s leading tech developer conference, attracting more than 2,500 attendees from startups and global tech companies.  The conference is designed to facilitate knowledge sharing, grow the tech community and pursue excellence. It covers a wide range of technologies including AI, web, mobile, machine learning, big data, IoT, and robotics. There will be three talks by NAVER LABS Europe scientists.

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Published: Monday, 18 September 2017
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NAVER LABS Europe has 3 papers accepted, two invited talks and a workshop paper. Florent Perronnin is industry co-chair. We were 2nd in the Visual Domain Adaptation (VisDA2017) Classification Challenge  of TASK-CV. Read more.

NAVER LABS sponsored the best paper at the TASK-CV Workshop (Transferring and Adapting Source Knowledge in Computer Vision) held in conjunction with ICCV’17 Oct 22-29. 

**The best paper award went to Maxime Bucher; Stephane Herbin and Frederic Jurie for their paper Generating Visual Representations for Zero-Shot Classification”**