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A tidal wave of computer vision innovation is quickly having an impact on everyone's lives, but not everyone has the time to sit down and read through a bunch of news articles and learn what it means for them. In Computer Vision Decoded, we sit down with Jared Heinly, the Chief Scientist at EveryPoint, to discuss topics in today’s quickly evolving world of computer vision and decode what they mean for you. If you want to be sure you understand everything happening in the world of computer vi ...
 
Computer Vision in Production is a community that inspires, educates, and encourages future leaders in technology. By championing digital innovation in the tech space, we’re able to reshape the future of computer vision in production in a way that’s equitable for everyone. Our aim is to spotlight thought leaders, provide a platform for honest and open discussion, and grow a thriving network of talented tech professionals. Diversity of thought is needed to nurture digital bravery and help us ...
 
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About Thibaut: I am a 26 years old engineer who co-founded and co-built the first CVOps platform out there. Passionate about computer vision and the future of AI, dedicated to helping companies to grow their Computer Vision capabilities. A strong believer that the Developer Experience of Data Scientist and ML Engineer needs to be improved. Basket-B…
 
In this episode of Computer Vision Decoded, we are going to dive into one of the hottest topics in the industry: Neural Radiance Fields (NeRFs) We are joined by Matt Tancik, a student pursuing a PhD in the computer science and electrical engineering department at UC Berkeley. He has also contributed research to the original NeRF project in 2020 alo…
 
About Damla: Enthusiast about venture development as well as strategy & solutions consulting. Keen on building businesses with a change maker, innovative and sustainability driven mindset. Good at coming up with creative and unique concepts to drive business to be the pioneer. Also, passionate about computer vision and its capabilities to make our …
 
In this episode of Computer Vision Decoded, we are going to dive into image capture best practices for 3D reconstruction. At the end of this livestream, you will have learned the basics for capturing scenes and objects. We will also provide a downloadable visual guide for reference on your next 3D reconstruction project. Download the official guide…
 
Rolf Wojtech is the co-founder and Chief Software Architect of Blickfeld. He is responsible for developing the Blickfeld software stack and thereby enables the creation of solutions based on the sensor data. Rolf has a background in computer science and holds a degree from the Technical University of Munich. With Blickfeld, he has founded his secon…
 
In this episode of Computer Vision Decoded, we join Jared Heinly and Jonathan Stephens from EveryPoint for their live reaction to the iPhone 14 series announcement. They go in depth into what all the camera specs mean to the average person. We also explain basics of computational photography and how Apple is able to get great photos from a small ca…
 
Matthias Lieb is a Head of Software Engineering at Precitaste, currently living and working in Munich. His area of focus as an engineer are software design, software architecture, and future technologies. Matthias joined the Precitaste family in 2016 and has worked on several teams and projects in the company. He started as a working student for th…
 
In this episode of Computer Vision Decoded, we sit down with Jared Heinly, Chief Scientist at EveryPoint, to discuss 3D reconstruction in the wild. What does “in the wild” mean? This means 3D reconstructing objects and scenes in non-controlled environments where you may have limitations with lighting, access, reflective surfaces, etc. 00:00 Intro 0…
 
In this episode of Computer Vision Decoded we dive into Jared Heinly's recent trip to the CVPR Conference. We cover: what the conference about, who should attend, what are the emerging trends in computer vision, how machine learning is being used in 3D reconstruction, and what NeRFs are for. 00:00 - Introduction 00:36 - What is CVPR? 02:49 - Who sh…
 
In this inaugural episode of Computer Vision Decoded we dive into the recent announcements at WWDC 2022 and find out what they mean for the computer vision community. We talk about what Apple is doing with their new RoomPlan API and how computer vision scientists can leverage it for better experiences. We also cover the enhancements to video and ph…
 
For more than a decade Felix has studied, conducted research, and lead international teams in academic, startup and corporate settings helping to create intelligent software & future mobility solutions. He is a Forbes 30 under 30 lister, co-founded self-driving vehicles startup Venti Technologies & Drainiac.ai and currently works for the BMW Group …
 
Guest Bio: Philipp is an experienced Founder and Executive with a weak spot for tech start-ups. Regular speaker at industry events regarding Retail and AI. Untreated, two-decade technology addiction, skilled in Strategy, Economics, Innovation, Fundraising, Data Science and Enterprise Sales. Company Bio: Signatrix docks on your existing infrastructu…
 
Patric is the CTO & Co-Founder of Neurolabs, a startup that is building Computer Vision algorithms trained using synthetic data created in Virtual Environments. The new paradigm of Synthetic Computer Vision is at the forefront of their flagship product, ReShelf, that is able to recognise CPG products in variety of situations. At Neurolabs, he’s lea…
 
Dr. Naja von Schmude is co-founder and CTO of Peregrine Technologies (peregrine.ai) where she shapes the development of Peregrine’s computer vision based products to empower commercial fleets and mobility services to operate safely and efficiently. Naja holds a PhD from Heidelberg University in computer science with a focus on computer vision appli…
 
Florian leads the computer vision efforts at Caresyntax. He studied telecommunication engineering with a strong focus on mathematics, physics, computer science and AI. He discovered his passion for analyzing biomedical data and for ML modelling during his PhD in Computational neuroscience at the TU Berlin. This brought him to a career in Data scien…
 
Markus Oberweger: Markus Oberweger received his PhD Degree in Computer Science from Graz University of Technology. During his studies he focused on Machine Learning methods for Computer Vision. Currently, he works as a Senior Computer Vision and Machine Learning Engineer on non-rigid 3D reconstruction at Naked Labs. Before, he worked as a Research …
 
Stefan Habenschuss studied and lectured computer science and computational neuroscience at the University of Technology in Graz. He worked on artificial neural networks and their relation to biological neural networks as research scientist, publishing papers in high-ranking journals in computational neuroscience and machine learning. He continued h…
 
Justin Shenk is Co-Founder and CTO of VisioLab, AI software company providing a computer vision platform for automated checkouts in cafeterias. His background in neuroscience research. VisioLab combine human-centered artificial intelligence with the responsibility of making data-driven decisions for a more sustainable food economy around the world.…
 
Julian leads the team for Computer Vision and Machine Learning at Nect. During his study of Physics, he discovered his passion for building mathematical models for the world. After obtaining his PhD and realizing that academia is not for him, a switch to the industry lead him to Data Science as a useful application of his skills. He spent some time…
 
Degree in Geodesy and Geoinformatics, PhD in Photogrammetry from the University of Stuttgart, founded nFrames in 2014 which was acquired by Esri in 2020. Since then Director of the Esri R&D Center in Stuttgart with focus on Photogrammetry and Reality Capture software technology. Esri is driving cutting edge software solutions for Reality Capture. T…
 
In this episode we will be discussing the challenge's with Finding Talents VS Creating Talents. Here is an overview of what we will be looking at: • What are you doing as an organization to build Rock Star Talents inhouse? • How do you improve employee retention? • Performance Management. • How to create a safe learning environment. Our Guests for …
 
Stefan Vogel received his diploma in computer science 1997 in Kaiserslautern. For 15 years he has been working as an IT-consultant on topics like data warehousing / "Big Data" and software development for CGI and Commerzbank. As a data scientist, he has been providing insights with Business Intelligence, Data Analysis and Process Mining in the foll…
 
Elias Vansteenkiste is the lead artificial intelligence architect at Segmentive. Segmentive has developed cutting-edge real-time video segmentation technology for retail mobile devices that empowers users to intelligently remove themselves from live backgrounds to be transported into a scene of their choice, enabling a broad range of AR / VR use ca…
 
Kynan is currently co-founder and CEO at iniVation, chairman at QuantActions; board member at iniLabs. Former founding chairman at SynSense. Degrees in science (comp. sci., applied math.) and mechanical engineering at Monash University (Melbourne), PhD from Institute of Neuroinformatics at ETH Zurich. Former faculty at Uni/ETH Zurich, ran research …
 
Hasnain is a Machine Learning Engineer at Hasty AI. In pure engineering fashion, he likes tackling engineering and real world issues, trying to bring out the most utility from systems. This led him into Hasty AI, where he and the team deal with implementing the data flywheel - the process of annotating data, training and deploying deep learning mod…
 
Rafael Pagés Dr. Rafael Pagés is Volograms Co-founder and CEO of Volograms. Rafael has been working on the 3D reconstruction field for more than 10 years, both as an entrepreneur and also as a researcher. Before co-founding the company, he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Trinity College Dublin where he conducted his main research in free-vi…
 
Florian Letsch is excited about the intersection of product development and computer vision. He is currently a senior AI engineer and team lead at Twenty Billion Neurons GmbH. He and his team are working on "Fitness Ally", an AI-powered fitness app that scores your workout performance using the camera in your smartphone. TwentyBN is based in Berlin…
 
Leif-Nissen Lundbæk (Ph.D.) is Co-Founder and CEO of Xayn. His work focuses mainly on algorithms and applications for privacy-preserving artificial intelligence. In 2017, he founded the privacy tech company together with Professor Michael Huth and Felix Hahmann. Xayn offers a privacy-protecting search engine that enables users to gain back control …
 
Dr. Tillich began his career with a Bachelor of Science in Biosystems Technology and Bioinformatics from the University of Applied Sciences Wildau (Germany) as well as a Master of Science from the same institution. Dr. Tillich then pursued and completed his PhD in Molecular Biology at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin with a focus on laboratory au…
 
Alexander is a perception lead at Kopernikus Automotive GmbH. He started his career as a software test engineer and worked in a big variety of fields primarily related to Machine Learning topic like OCR, NLP and Big Data processing. Around 3 years ago he discovered a beautiful world of autonomous vehicles and decided that he wants to be a part of t…
 
Bio: Nicolas founded Visevi Robotics together with Stefan Lochbrunner in 2019. During his PhD research, he investigated visual and haptic perception for smart robots and proposed the patented technology of camera-based sensing. He studied electrical engineering at TU Munich and at Georgia Tech. Visevi: Smart service robots are about to change our l…
 
Görkem is a computer vision engineer at Bliq.ai. He studied geoinformatics engineering and worked on map data for two years. Later, he completed his master's education at Geoinformation Science in TU-Berlin, then started working in Bliq.ai. They use computer vision and AI for real-time street knowledge gathering and occupancy predictions of the cur…
 
Sebastian studied economics at the University of Leicester, is one of the founders and also an active member of the research team inside Picalike. He has more than 15 years of experience in computer vision and machine learning and started his career at SAP. Picalike uses Computer Vision and AI for competitor analysis and personalized recommendation…
 
Alex is CTO and co-founder of MoonVision. He studied electrical engineering and worked on control systems for 7 years. In 2014 he founded the Ethereum meetup in Vienna. During his MBA in California, he developed models for the California Policy Research Center. His master thesis on machine learning with encrypted data was interrupted by the foundin…
 
Ruben Cardenes is physicist and PhD in Medical Image Analysis and Artificial Intelligence with over 15 years of academic and professional experience in Computer Vision. He has a strong academic background in medical imaging with research and teaching experience in three different universities, serving as reviewer in top journals and conferences (Me…
 
Daniel Medina is a research fellow at the Institute of Communications and Navigation of the German Aerospace Center (DLR). Daniel performs research on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) to enable precise and robust localization for prospective autonomous vehicles. He received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from University of Malaga and …
 
In this episode of the Computer Vision in Production Podcast I speak with Roland Meertens. Roland is a product manager at Annotell. He is a lover of robotics (especially self-driving cars) and all challenges that come with understanding the world around the robot. "It’s important to teach the robot how the world around it works using lots of data, …
 
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