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aintu to make traffic jam not an issue soon

AINTU PI Mark's team at MOST NTU AI center(aintu)is using AI to develop a smart traffic system. The system is already deployed in Hsinchu, Kaoshiung, and Tainan!
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World's #2 in Interspeech 2018: 10th CompareE challenge: Self-assessed Affect Recognition

AINTU project principal investigator Professor Chi-Chun (Jeremy) Lee has won the second prize in the "10th CompareE challenge—Self-assessed Affect Recognition" Interspeech 2018.
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Taiwan Patent on AI Pathological Voice Detection System

AINTU project principal investigator Professor Shih-Hau Fang obtains a Taiwan patent on "AI Pathological Voice Detection System." The system has collected over 1000 patient voices. By analyzing them using big data analytics, the system can identify 8 symptoms including vocal cord cancer, polyp, cyst and nodule while the trial subject needs to keep vocalizing to a microphone for only 1 second.
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Finalist (Top 3) in 2018 IEEE Video and Image Processing (VIP) Cup

AINTU project principal investigator Professor Winston Hsu led his team of students in the finalist (top 3) for "Lung Cancer Radiomics -- Tumor Region Segmentation" in 2018 IEEE Signal Processing Society Video and Image Processing (VIP) Cup.
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More than 80 Published Papers

AINTU project teams have published more than 80 papers in AAAI, IJCAI, CVPR, etc.
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World's #3 in CVPR 2018 Video Recognition Challenge — Moments in Time

AINTU project principal investigator Professor Winston Hsu led his team of students to win the third place in the "Video Action Recognition Challenge —Moments in Time" CVPR 2018.
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World's #2 in Robust Vision Challenge 2018 — Instance Segmentation

AINTU project principal investigator Professor Min Sun led his student Hsien-Tzu Cheng and won the second place in the "Instance Segmentation" Robust Vision Challenge 2018.
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#3 in Semantic Evaluation 2018 — Capturing Discriminative Attributes Task

AINTU diretor Professor Hsin-Hsi Chen has won the third place in the "Capturing Discriminative Attributes Task" Semantic Evaluation 2018.
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World's #2 in DeepGlobe Workshop (Land Cover Classification)

AINTU project principal investigator Professor Frank Wang has won the second prize in the “DeepGlobe Workshop (Land Cover Classification)” CVPR 2018 Competition held at the world's premier computer vision conference.
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Taiwan's #1 in Standard Chartered Financial Technology Campus Creative Challenge

AINTU diretor Professor Chen led the Natural Language Processing lab team of Chen Chung-ji, Huang Bo-cheng, Lin Yu-rou, Yang Zong-han, and Tsai Chia-wen and won the first place in the Standard Chartered Financial Technology Campus Creative Challenge.
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World's #1 in Disguised Faces in the Wild

AINTU project principal investigator Professor Winston Hsu has won the top prize in the “Disguised Faces in the Wild” CVPR 2018 Competition held at the world's premier computer vision conference.
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SSR-Net for Age Estimation (IJCAI 2018)

AINTU project co-principal investigator Professor Chuang Yung-yu has developed a new face image age estimation model, with an error of 3.16 years, and a gap of 0.5 years from the best model. The parameter is less than 1/1000, and the entire model parameter is only 0.3MB, making it ideal for embedded systems. The model was published in the top AI conference IJCAI 2018.
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World's First Completely Unsupervised Voice Recognition System

AINTU project co-principal investigator Professor Lee Hung-yi has unveiled the world’s first speech recognition system that is completely trained in an unsupervised manner, allowing the machine to learn language B from language A on its own!
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