Opening / Keynote I


Monday, September 6, 2021 - 13:30 to 15:00
Martin Kaltenböck, Victor de Boer, Tassilo Pellegrini


Welcome to Amsterdam

Combining Deep Learning and Common-Sense Reasoning in Visually Intelligent Robots

Robots operating in the real world require sophisticated Visual Intelligence (VI), to be able to make sense of the variety of situations they may encounter. Computationally, the basic capability here has to do with Object Recognition – as a minimum, a visually intelligent robot needs to be able to recognise the content of its observations. Object recognition is typically carried out by means of Deep Learning (DL) methods, which provide the de facto standard for several Artificial Intelligence (AI) tasks, including image and speech recognition.