1 code implementation • 9 Nov 2022 • Daniel Davila, Dawei Du, Bryon Lewis, Christopher Funk, Joseph Van Pelt, Roderick Collins, Kellie Corona, Matt Brown, Scott McCloskey, Anthony Hoogs, Brian Clipp
In this paper, we present the Multi-view Extended Videos with Identities (MEVID) dataset for large-scale, video person re-identification (ReID) in the wild.
no code implementations • 6 May 2019 • Michael Albright, Scott McCloskey
With advances in Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) leading to dramatically-improved synthetic images and video, there is an increased need for algorithms which extend traditional forensics to this new category of imagery.
no code implementations • 28 Jan 2019 • Rosaura G. VidalMata, Sreya Banerjee, Brandon RichardWebster, Michael Albright, Pedro Davalos, Scott McCloskey, Ben Miller, Asong Tambo, Sushobhan Ghosh, Sudarshan Nagesh, Ye Yuan, Yueyu Hu, Junru Wu, Wenhan Yang, Xiaoshuai Zhang, Jiaying Liu, Zhangyang Wang, Hwann-Tzong Chen, Tzu-Wei Huang, Wen-Chi Chin, Yi-Chun Li, Mahmoud Lababidi, Charles Otto, Walter J. Scheirer
From the observed results, it is evident that we are in the early days of building a bridge between computational photography and visual recognition, leaving many opportunities for innovation in this area.
no code implementations • 19 Dec 2018 • Scott McCloskey, Michael Albright
Image forensics is an increasingly relevant problem, as it can potentially address online disinformation campaigns and mitigate problematic aspects of social media.
no code implementations • CVPR 2018 • Can Chen, Scott McCloskey, Jingyi Yu
With the rise of misinformation spread via social media channels, enabled by the increasing automation and realism of image manipulation tools, image forensics is an increasingly relevant problem.
no code implementations • CVPR 2017 • Can Chen, Scott McCloskey, Jingyi Yu
Recent advances on image manipulation techniques have made image forgery detection increasingly more challenging.