We use this tool to collect data in-the-wild (10 videos, 17 users) and utilize the obtained importance maps in the context of x264 coding to demonstrate that the tool can indeed be used to generate videos which, at the same bitrate, look perceptually better through a subjective study - and are 1. 9 times more likely to be preferred by viewers.
In this setting, for natural videos our approach compares favorably across the entire R-D curve under metrics PSNR, MS-SSIM and VMAF against all mainstream video standards (H. 264, H. 265, AV1) and all ML codecs.
Over the last few years deep learning methods have emerged as one of the most prominent approaches for video analysis.
Beyond classification, we further validate the saliency of the learnt representations via their attribute concentration and hierarchy recovery properties, achieving 10-25% relative gains on the softmax classifier and 25-50% on triplet loss in these tasks.
This paper aims to classify and locate objects accurately and efficiently, without using bounding box annotations.
Ranked #5 on Weakly Supervised Object Detection on COCO
In addition, we propose an online clustering method based on binary k-means that is capable of clustering large photo stream on a single machine, and show applications to spam detection and trending photo discovery.
With the widespread availability of cellphones and cameras that have GPS capabilities, it is common for images being uploaded to the Internet today to have GPS coordinates associated with them.
We explore the task of recognizing peoples' identities in photo albums in an unconstrained setting.
In this paper, we tackle this model storage issue by investigating information theoretical vector quantization methods for compressing the parameters of CNNs.
We propose a simple, yet effective approach for spatiotemporal feature learning using deep 3-dimensional convolutional networks (3D ConvNets) trained on a large scale supervised video dataset.
Ranked #9 on Action Recognition on Sports-1M
The availability of large labeled datasets has allowed Convolutional Network models to achieve impressive recognition results.
We present a new dataset with the goal of advancing the state-of-the-art in object recognition by placing the question of object recognition in the context of the broader question of scene understanding.
We propose a method for inferring human attributes (such as gender, hair style, clothes style, expression, action) from images of people under large variation of viewpoint, pose, appearance, articulation and occlusion.
We propose a novel approach for human pose estimation in real-world cluttered scenes, and focus on the challenging problem of predicting the pose of both arms for each person in the image.