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Discriminating Spatial and Temporal Relevance in Deep Taylor Decompositions for Explainable Activity Recognition, Macau

Discriminating Spatial and Temporal Relevance in Deep Taylor Decompositions for Explainable Activity Recognition, Macau

A new paper by Crime and Security Research Institute (CSRI) PhD student Liam Hiley, recently presented at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ICJAI), uses a new algorithm to allow an AI system that processes video to generate explanations for the events it detects.

A Pilot Study on Detecting Violence in Videos Fusing Proxy Models, Ottawa

A Pilot Study on Detecting Violence in Videos Fusing Proxy Models, Ottawa

Crime and Security Research (CSRI) PhD Student Marc Roig Vilamala presented a paper seeking to identify violence in CCTV videos at the 22nd International Conference on Information Fusion conference in Ottawa, Canada.

Understanding the Signature of Controversial Wikipedia Articles through Motifs in Editor Revision Networks, San Francisco

Understanding the Signature of Controversial Wikipedia Articles through Motifs in Editor Revision Networks, San Francisco

Crime and Security Research Institute (CSRI) PhD student James Ashford recently attended the Wiki Workshop 2019 in San Francisco, California as part of the 30th Anniversary of The Web Conference.

Multiple Research Papers from DAIS Group Presented at SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing Event in Baltimore

Multiple Research Papers from DAIS Group Presented at SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing Event in Baltimore

Several members of the DAIS group presented papers at the annual SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing event in the session Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Multi-Domain Operations Applications.