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  1. video thumbnail for Peter Kontschieder, Mapillary: Marr Prize Winner Explores How Dropout Distillation & Neural Networks Will Empower Mapping & Society.

    June 22, 2016

    Peter Kontschieder, Mapillary: Marr Prize Winner Explores How Dropout Distillation & Neural Networks Will Empower Mapping & Society.

    Peter was part of a team who won the Marr prize for outstanding computer vision research about "Deep Neural Decision Forests." His research mainly concentrates on machine learning with decision trees, clustering and evolutionary game theory. He will share his novel approach, coined 'dropout distillation', that allows us to train better and more efficient predictors. - Peter Kontschieder, Mapillary, Computer Vision Researcher

  2. video thumbnail for Panel:  Is OTT the New Black? Zype, NBCUniversal, Ooyala & Cake Works discuss...

    June 22, 2016

    Panel: Is OTT the New Black? Zype, NBCUniversal, Ooyala & Cake Works discuss...

    Monetizing digital video has confounded creators and programmers, with syndication leading the list of potential levers to pull. With the promise of OTT, suddenly new revenue streams can be unlocked, new audiences tapped, and money can flow. Right? But how easy is it, after all… Moderator: Rebecca Paoletti, Cake Works, CEO Panelists: - Ed Laczynski, Zype, CEO - Patricia Hadden, NBCUniversal, SVP, Digital Enterprises - Steve Davis, Ooyala, VP & GM East

  3. video thumbnail for Dan Schiffman, TVision Insights, CRO & Co-Founder: The Currency Of TV Advertising Is Based On 30 Year Old Technology - Can Audience Insights Via Computer Vision Deliver Individual Viewing Engagement.

    June 22, 2016

    Dan Schiffman, TVision Insights, CRO & Co-Founder: The Currency Of TV Advertising Is Based On 30 Year Old Technology - Can Audience Insights Via Computer Vision Deliver Individual Viewing Engagement.

    Television advertisers outspend online advertisers nearly 2 to 1 for a total of $75 billion in the U.S. alone. Historically audience viewing analysis has been household based. However, now there are opportunities to leverage various cameras and computer vision to deliver real-time viewer analysis. Dan will deliver insights into the methods used in the past, present and how visual technologies will impact the future advertising industry. - Dan Schiffman, TVision Insights, CRO & Co-Founder

  4. video thumbnail for Jesse Walden, Mediachain Labs, Co-Founder: Blockchain technology will preserve visual content attribution and improve the way we share media across the internet.

    June 22, 2016

    Jesse Walden, Mediachain Labs, Co-Founder: Blockchain technology will preserve visual content attribution and improve the way we share media across the internet.

    Every day billions of images are shared online, without their original context or meaning. Yet, every image has a story: someone made it, it’s about a person, place, or thing. Jesse is co-founder of Mine, who are leading the open-source development of Mediachain, an open data network that aims to make it simple for organizations, individuals, and developers to share and reuse information about creative works.

  5. video thumbnail for Nicolas Steegmann, GoPro, Software Engineering, Senior Director: GoPro Acquired Stupeflix A Paris Company Who Automagically Creates A Video From Your Photos, Videos and Music.

    June 22, 2016

    Nicolas Steegmann, GoPro, Software Engineering, Senior Director: GoPro Acquired Stupeflix A Paris Company Who Automagically Creates A Video From Your Photos, Videos and Music.

    Nicolas is co-founder of Stupeflix whose vision has always been to make it easy and quick for people to express themselves through video. Leveraging computer vision and music matching technology, Stupeflix automagically combines content into one video to share with others. He will share his roller-coaster stories from building Stupeflix from vision, a small business, to acquisition offers which died and ultimately their recent sale to GoPro.

  6. video thumbnail for Vijay Karunamurthy, Nom, CEO & Co-Founder: Let it Simmer: Connecting in the Age of Live Video.

    June 22, 2016

    Vijay Karunamurthy, Nom, CEO & Co-Founder: Let it Simmer: Connecting in the Age of Live Video.

    Where is the value in user-generated and curated content? Launched earlier this year, Nom is a new platform for telling live stories around food, cooking and travel, launched by Steve Chen and Vijay Karunamurthy of YouTube. While live video and streaming to smartphones are not new, the world of what can be done with multiple iPhones, participants, locations, reactions and beautiful photography has transformed how we can connect and engage as audiences.

  7. video thumbnail for Molly Cernicek, SportXast, CEO: Bringing Computer Vision Capabilities to Sports.

    June 22, 2016

    Molly Cernicek, SportXast, CEO: Bringing Computer Vision Capabilities to Sports.

    Computer Vision will revolutionize the creation and sharing of sports video highlights, including the $14B youth sports market. SportXast is a crowd-sourced mobile video platform that makes capturing and sharing youth sports highlights simple, via an algorithm that identifies and tags players in video. Molly will share her vision of how computer vision will impact youth sports and beyond. - Molly Cernicek, SportXast, CEO

  8. video thumbnail for Evan Nisselson, LDV Capital: How Visual Technologies Are Revolutionizing Business & Humanity

    June 22, 2016

    Evan Nisselson, LDV Capital: How Visual Technologies Are Revolutionizing Business & Humanity

    - Evan Nisselson, LDV Capital

  9. video thumbnail for Panel: Quartz, Qualcomm and AdasWorks discuss how autonomous Driving Would Not Be Possible Without Leveraging Visual Technologies.

    June 22, 2016

    Panel: Quartz, Qualcomm and AdasWorks discuss how autonomous Driving Would Not Be Possible Without Leveraging Visual Technologies.

    Semi and fully autonomous vehicles rely on visual technologies such as Lidar, cameras, 3d maps, computer vision, machine learning, artificial intelligence and much more. These technologies are leveraged outside of cars to enable driving. They will also be leveraged inside cars for safety and other benefits we haven’t even contemplated yet. What are the technical challenges and opportunities today, tomorrow and in the future?

  10. video thumbnail for Fireside Chat: Howard Morgan of First Round Capital & Evan Nisselson of LDV Capital.

    June 22, 2016

    Fireside Chat: Howard Morgan of First Round Capital & Evan Nisselson of LDV Capital.

    Howard and Evan will discuss future investment trends and early stage opportunities in businesses leveraging visual technologies. - Howard Morgan, First Round Capital, Partner & Co-Founder - Evan Nisselson, LDV Capital

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