The European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) 2020 ended last week. This year’s online conference contained 1360 papers, with 104 as orals, 160 as spotlights and the rest as posters. In addition to 45 workshops and 16 tutorials. In this blog post, I’ll summarize some papers I’ve read and list the ones that’ve caught my attention.
The first virtual CVPR conference ended, with 1467 papers accepted, 29 tutorials, 64 workshops, and 7k virtual attendees. In this blog post, I present an overview of the conference by summarizing some papers that caught my attention.
Given the large amounts of training data required to train deep nets, but collecting big datasets is not cost nor time effective. As a result there is a growing need to develop data efficient methods. Semi-supervised learning (SSL) is possible solutions to such hurdles. In this blog post we present some of the new advance in SSL in the age of Deep Learning.