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BMVA Symposium: Robotics meets Semantics: Enabling Human-Level Understanding in Robots

Chairs: Oscar Mendez-Maldonado & Mihai Bujanca

Keynote Speakers:

Cyrill Stachniss, University of Bonn

Daniel Cremers, TU Munich

Andrew Davison, Imperial College London

Call for Papers:

For decades, “Bridging the Semantic Gap” has been a catchphrase in the fields of Computer Vision and Robotics. Whilst a nuanced semantic understanding of the world is still an open problem in both fields, there have been important advances in vision-based Machine Learning that enable semantic-based approaches in both Robotics and Vision. Specifically, the field of Semantic Segmentation has begun to produce results that are reliable enough to be used in robotic systems that perform Navigation, Grasping, Localisation, Reconstruction, SLAM and even Human Interaction.

This workshop aims to bring together experts in Vision-based Machine Learning and Robotics to discuss the applicability of semantically-enabled vision to robotics.

Submission Deadline:

We welcome submissions from both industry and academia and work from those outside of the mainstream computer vision community. All those interested in presenting at this meeting are invited to submit a summary of their talk by 18th May 2018 to: o.mendez@surrey.ac.uk

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