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2nd place in xVIEW Challenge

A team from AIML featuring Jamie Sherrah and Phil Roberts, and DST Group’s Victor Stamatescu has beaten more than 4000 submissions from around the world to gain second place in the Defense Innovation Unit’s (DIU) xVIEW Challenge.

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First place!

Results for the REFUGE Retinal Fundus Glaucoma Challenge are in! First place in the Segmentation leaderboard and also in the Segmentation of Nuclei competition.

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We're number one in VQA 2.0

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A team led by Damien Teney (AIML) and Peter Anderson (ACRV, ANU, and Microsoft) has just placed first in the VQA 2.0 challenge.

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Number one in the world in Visual Question Answering again, for now

Entries for the latest VQA v2 challenge close on Monday morning, and we’re currently number one amongst the entries that have been submitted thus far.

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Number one in Semantic Segmentation

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Congratulations to Zifeng Wu and Chunhua Shen on having made it to the top of the Cityscapes leaderboard again.

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We're in the top 5 groups the world

The IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) is double blind reviewed (on full papers), and has the best citation rate in the field of computer vision and pattern recognition, according to the h5-index, a citation measure for the recent five years.

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10 PAMIs and 28 CVPRs in just over a year

The AIML (formally ACVT) has had 10 journal articles published in IEEE Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, and 28 papers in the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, in the 16 months since January 2015.

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Great Imagenet detection results

Last week was the deadline for the ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge (ILSVRC 2015) large-scale object detection task. This is the primary challenge for image-based object detection.  The challenge requires that you detect 200 classes of objects in a set of test images.

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