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Differentiable rendering

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Differentiable rendering is a new, emerging family of algorithms. It has the potential to give computer vision systems the accuracy needed for the automatisation of complex tasks. Wait. Rendering? For computer vision? Come to my talk and find out how to do rendering “in reverse”.

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