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December 2019

Research Seminar – Hubert Shum (Northumbria University) – Human Motion Understanding for Visual Computing

December 4, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
N336, Sir Ian Wood Building

Due to the advancement in human motion capturing technology and the availability of public human motion database, human motion understanding has become a core component of many research problems in multiple research domains. In computer graphics, a good representation of human motion facilitates characters with realistic movement, intuitive ways of crowd controls, and the real-time processing of captured motion data. In computer vision, modelling human motion is a key process for effective action classification and gait analysis. The core problem…

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Research Seminar – Deepak Padmanabhan (Queen’s University Belfast) – Fairness in Unsupervised Machine Learning: From Political Philosophy to Data Science

February 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
N108, Sir Ian Wood Building

Abstract: Data science has long considered learning better models and making better decisions based on existing data. With data science systems penetrating into every aspect of daily life, whether it be navigation systems that influence which route you pick for your commute or personalized news delivery systems that decide what kind of news you would like to read, it is increasingly critical to consider questions on fairness. For example, would you be more prone to pre-emptive checks at the hands…

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Research Seminar – Akinola Ogunsemi – Holistic, data-driven service and supply chain optimisation

February 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
N108, Sir Ian Wood Building

This project represents the initial phase of developing a holistic, data driven formulation of service and supply chain optimisation problem. This is a prime prerequisite into understanding links between billions of data records generated from supply chain business processes. We performed an investigation of how several data relationship discovery algorithms can be combined to identify more comprehensive links between database tables. This could be used in providing database users/analysts with the opportunity to understand data relationships and the ability to…

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March 2020

Research Seminar – Ikechukwu Nkisi-Orji

March 11 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
N108, Sir Ian Wood Building
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