Overview

In the context of the 2022 Deep Learning Indaba this workshop will focus on computer vision algorithms using less labels and/or less data. Classically, machine learning relies on abundant annotated data. This is prone to cultural biases, since datasets are commonly recorded in western countries, as well as distribution biais due to rare events, such as adverse weather/lighting conditions which are rarely included in public datasets.
Speakers of this workshop will showcase recent researches on alternative strategies to reduce the need of labels (e.g., domain adaptation, domain generalization) or the need of data (e.g., few-/zero-shot learning, continual learning). Alternately, other strategies that rely on accessible priors will be presented, like self-supervised, cross modal, or model-based learning. The applications will focus, but not be limited to, autonomous driving and robotics.

The workshop will have a poster session for selected works. Relevant original and/or published articles are welcome.
Deadline for submissions is July 10th 2022 (see call for paper).

Invited Speakers

Matthieu Cord
Matthieu Cord

Sorbonne Uni / Valeo.ai
Gabriela Csurka
Gabriela Csurka

Naver Labs Europe
Sileye Ba
Sileye Ba

L'Oréal
Fabio Cermelli
Fabio Cermelli

Politecnico di Torino
Umberto Michieli
Umberto Michieli

Samsung Research

We’re still brewing the best flavored speakers list. Stay tuned.

Program

The workshop will be half-day on 25/08 (2pm-6pm).

The tentative program is:

Time (CET) Event
14:00 Opening remarks (10 min)
14:10 Invited talk 1 (50 min)
15:00 Invited talk 2 (30 min)
15:30 Invited talk 3 (30 min)
16:00 coffee break (10 min)
16:10 Poster session (50 min)
17:00 Invited talk 4 (30 min)
17:30 Invited talk 5 (30 min)
18:00 End of the workshop

Organizers

Raoul de Charette
Raoul de Charette

Inria
Fabio Pizzati
Fabio Pizzati

Inria and Unibo
Patrick Pérez
Patrick Pérez

Valeo.ai
Tuan-Hung Vu
Tuan-Hung Vu

Valeo.ai
Andrei Bursuc
Andrei Bursuc

Valeo.ai
Massimiliano Mancini
Massimiliano Mancini

Uni. of Tübingen

Call for Papers

To foster interactions, attendees of the 2022 Deep Learning Indaba are invited to submit of any work related to computer vision (not limited to weakly supervised), for presentation at the poster session. Original articles as well as previously published ones can be submitted.

Deadline is July 10th (11:59pm AOE). Submission details will be added here.
The selection of relevant papers (of at least 4 pages) will be done by the organization board, for presentation at the poster session.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  1. 3D computer vision
  2. Adversarial learning, adversarial attack for vision algorithms
  3. Autonomous agents with vision (reinforcement/imitation learning)
  4. Biometrics, face, gesture, body pose
  5. Computational photography, image and video synthesis
  6. Explainable, fair, accountable, privacy-preserving, ethical computer vision
  7. Image recognition and understanding (object detection, categorization, segmentation, scene modeling, visual reasoning)
  8. Low-level and physics-based vision
  9. Semi-/Self-/Un-supervised learning and Few-/Zero-shot algorithms
  10. Transfer learning (domain adaptation, etc.)
  11. Video understanding (tracking, action recognition, etc.)
  12. Multi-modal vision (image+text, image+sound, etc.)

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