he CSRI has organised the first workshop on Interpretable and Explainable Machine Vision at the British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC) being held in Cardiff this week.
A PhD Student of the Crime and Security Research Institute (CSRI) undertakes a research placement at the prestigious University of Notre Dame (UND) in Indiana, USA.
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.
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.
Aleksandra Edwards, a PhD student of the Crime and Security Research Institute (CSRI), has recently presented her paper “Knowledge Extraction From a Small Corpus of Unstructured Safeguarding Reports” to the 2019 ESWC conference in Portorož, Slovenia.