Deep Learning for Semantic Scene Analysis

Scene understanding is a challenging topic in computer vision, robots and artificial intelligence. Given one or more images, we want to infer what type of scene is shown in the image, what objects are visible, and physical or contextual relations between the observed objects. 
Deep learning has transformed the field of computer vision, and now rivals human-level performance in tasks such as image recognition and object detection. We exploit convolutional neural networks (CNNs) for solving challenging scene interpretation task.

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