A team led by Damien Teney (ACVT) and Peter Anderson (ACRV, ANU, and Microsoft) has just placed first in the VQA 2.0 challenge. Other members of the team include David Golub from Stanford, Po-Seng Huang, Lei Zhang and Xiaodong He from Microsoft, and Anton van den Hengel from ACVT. The leaderboard is here.
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. There will be more submitted as the deadline approaches, but we’ll improve our performance also. So we’re not there yet, but we’re in a very good position. The task of Visual […]
We’ve had another great year in the ImageNet competition. We came 2nd in the Scene Parsing challenge, which requires pixelwise segmentation of a large set of images into 150 classes of things and stuff. The ImageNet Challenge is one of the most hotly contested challenges in Computer Vision, and is constantly updated to reflect the current […]
Professor Ian Reid and colleagues from Oxford have been awarded the Best Paper Award at the International Conference on 3D Vision, held in Tokyo, Japan from 8-11 December 2014 The paper, titled “3D Tracking of Multiple Objects with Identical Appearance using RGB-D Input”, was authored by Carl Yuheng Ren, Victor Prisacariu, Olaf Kaehler, Ian Reid […]
Zhenhua Wang, a final year PhD student at ACVT has won the prestigious Best Paper prize at the 12th Asian Conference on Computer Vision (ACCV14) in Singapore. His paper “A message passing algorithm for MRF inference with unknown graphs and its applications” was co-authored with Zhiyi Zhang and Geng Nan of the Northwest A&F University, […]