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How not to hit pedestrians if you're a self driving car

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With more and more companies working on self-driving cars, the importance of good quality pedestrian recognition has increased. The talk will focus on the basics of feature detection and description in images. We will also summarise a few key algorithms that have provided recent breakthroughs in this field. Finally, along with a live demo, we will visit the Histogram of Gradients algorithm more in-depth, focusing on the pedestrian recognition use-case.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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