Sunday, March 11, 2018

Artificial Intelligence Institute at the University of Waterloo

Professor Fakhri Karray, CPAMI director is the inaugural co-director of the Artificial Intelligence Institute at the University of Waterloo. The other co-director is Prof. Peter van Beek from Computer Science at the faculty of Math. The Institute will be formally launched on April 6, 2018.

Saturday, March 10, 2018

CPAMI Seminar: A Loose Ethology of Humans and Robots by Matthew Millard

As part of its periodic seminar series, CPAMI invites you to attend this talk on March 20th.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

15th International Conference on Image Analysis and Recognition (ICIAR) 2018


The International Conference on Image Analysis and Recognition aims to bring together researchers in the fields of Image Processing, Image Analysis and Pattern Recognition. The conference will address recent advances in theory, methodologies and applications. The scientific program will include invited speakers and fully refereed contributions that will be published in the conference proceedings.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

CPAMI Distinguished Professor Andrew Wong Receives Best Paper Award at DMIN’17

Professor Andrew K.C. Wong, Dr. Peiyuan Zhou and Mr. Antonio Sze-To are the recipients of the Best Paper Award at the 13th International Conference on Data Mining 2017 (DMIN'17) held in Las Vegas, USA.

Monday, September 11, 2017

CPAMI Researchers Develop AI Tools for Detecting People Texting while Driving

Computer algorithms developed by engineering researchers at the University of Waterloo can accurately determine when drivers are texting or engaged in other distracting activities.

The system uses cameras and artificial intelligence (AI) to detect hand movements that deviate from normal driving behavior and grades or classifies them in terms of possible safety threats.

Fakhri Karray, an electrical and computer engineering professor at Waterloo, said that information could be used to improve road safety by warning or alerting drivers when they are dangerously distracted.

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