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CVPR will be going virtual this year for the first time ever, from June 14-19. The world's top researchers, scientists and designers will gather together virtually to discuss their work in the field and engage with the research community.
At Google, research in machine perception tackles the hard problems of understanding images, sounds, music and video. This research allows us to better serve our users by enabling a variety of applications such as content-based search in Google Photos and Image Search, natural handwriting interfaces for Android, optical character recognition for Google Drive documents, and recommendation systems that understand music and YouTube videos. Our approach is driven by developing cutting-edge algorithms that benefit from processing very large, partially-labeled datasets using state-of-the-art hardware, leveraging the ability to mine meaningful information from multimedia. Google is actively pursuing the next generation of intelligent systems that utilize the latest machine learning techniques.
To learn more about the research we’re presenting at CVPR 2020, please click here.
Interested in seeing more of our latest research developments and meeting the people behind our innovations? Be sure to explore our Google AI blog and Google Research website.