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The 102nd MPEG meeting, Shanghai, China
Oct. 9-19, 2012
MPEG is planning standardizing technologies that will enable efficient and interoperable design of visual search applications (CDVS). In particular we are seeking technologies for visual content matching in images or video. Visual content matching includes matching of views of objects, landmarks, and printed documents that is robust to partial occlusions as well as changes in vantage point, camera parameters, and lighting conditions.
Max Planck Center for Visual Computing and Communication annual review meeting, Saarbrücken, Germany
Nov. 5–7, 2012
In this project, we seek to develop and demonstrate a platform for personalized television news to replace the traditional one-broadcast-fits-all model. We forecast that next-generation video news consumption will be more personalized, device agnostic, and pooled from many different information sources. The technology for our project represents a major step in this direction, providing each viewer with a personalized newscast with stories that matter most to them. We believe that such a model can provide a vastly superior user experience and provide fine-grained analytics to content providers. While personalized viewing is increasingly popular for text-based news, personalized real-time video news streams are a critically missing technology.
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