Hands-on seminar on video-based devices: examples, current possibilities, and limitations (2nd part – Machine learning)

Presenter: Pau Climent-Perez

Date and time: 14th December 15.30-17.00 CET

This is the second part of the hands-on seminar on video-based devices: examples, current possibilities, and limitations, given by Pau Climent-Perez as part of the GoodBrother OnlineSpeak event that GoodBrother organised in October. Due to lack of time, the part on machine learning was postponed. Several tutorial videos on machine learning will be reproduced and a discussion will be open next. If you did not attend the 1st part , we recommend that you watch these videos before this seminar:


Dr Pau Climent-Pérez was granted his Ph.D. in Computer Vision in October 2016, by Kingston University London. He has since had industrial experience in a smart video surveillance company (2016-2018), and as a postdoctoral researcher in the PAAL – Privacy-Aware and Acceptable Lifelogging services for older and frail people project (2018-2021). He got his Computer Engineering (B.Sc.) by the University of Alicante in September 2009, and a Master in Computer Technologies (M.Sc.) in October 2010, by the same institution. His research interests include video solutions for assisted living in the home, as well as privacy preservation methodologies required for improved end user acceptance..

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=nRLGZlYAAAAJ&hl=en