The CVPR 2019 Conference, the premier event for computer vision technology that’s behind such innovations as facial recognition and self-driving cars, broke several of its records at this week’s annual gathering: 9,227 participants from 68 countries; 181 exhibitors including Microsoft, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google; and 5,160 papers–a 56 percent increase over last year.
- Editorship: Apply by 22 July 2019 to become the inaugural editor in chief of the IEEE Open Journal of the Computer Society.
- Q&A: Award winner Susan Rodger of Duke University talks about her "Adventures in Alice" programming initiative, detective novels, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
- Podcast: Derek Collison, CEO of Synadia Communications Inc., discusses messaging systems and the open source project NATS on Software Engineering Radio.
- Q&A: Meet award winner Ian Foster of Argonne National Labs and learn how the creator of “grid computing” is revolutionizing AI and big data research.
- Conferences: Over the next five years, the growth in big data will be unprecedented. COMPSAC 2019 prepares industry for the data explosion.
- In Memoriam: Raymond E. 'Ray' Miller, professor emeritus at the University of Maryland, 1928-2019.
- CVPR Conference: Here are highlights of the workshops at this week's 2019 IEEE/CVF Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference.
- CVPR Conference: Check out some of the tutorials as well from the 2019 CVPR conference held in downtown Long Beach, CA.