Join us to learn more about Computer Vision, as we give a brief history of Computer Vision and delve deeper into Deep Learning.
It’s easy to take for granted how the brain and the eyes work together to make sense of what we see. The area of Neural Networks and Deep Learning are inspired by the goal to create a system resembling the human brain, by mathematically modeling biological neurons.
Who better to answer any questions about AI technologies than the best minds in the field?
Dr. Madiha Jafri received a BSc in Computer Engineering, MSc in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a concentration in Artificial Intelligence from Old Dominion University. Dr. Jafri joined Lockheed Martin in June 2007 as the lead cryptography expert. Alongside cryptography, she has served as a Lead Systems Engineer on Medical Signature Analysis System where she co-developed patented concepts in nanotechnology for weapons and medical signature detection.
Semir Elezovikj is a fourth year Artificial Intelligence PhD student at Temple University. He received his B.S in Computer Science from Jacobs University, Germany and his M.S in Computer Science from Temple University. His research interests lie in Computer Vision, Augmented Reality and Simultaneous Localization and Mapping. He's also the Assistant Director of Application Services specializing in software solutions supporting the Finance area at Temple University.
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