It is my absolute pleasure to say that video is now a first-class citizen in PyTorch!
tl;dr: our new paper is now on arxiv Summary of the paper: Obtaining video-level predictions by evaluating salient clips only, as opposed to the traditional random sampling or dense predictions, can bring an increase in classification accuracy and reduce computational costs of inference on long videos Abstract (shamelessly copy pasted): While many action … Continue reading new paper: SC Sampler
SIGBOVIK (ACH Special Interest Group on Harry Qatar Bovik) is an annual journal of parody machine learning papers whose 2019 proceedings came out today. Selectively, the parody is of very high quality and effort - it is worth replacing whatever you usually read on the toilet. You can find the full version here, and some … Continue reading SIGBOVIK 2019
The text editor is likely the software in which programmers (and those who sell themselves like ones, i.e. myself) spend the most time, thus it is vital that the tool of choice is up to the job. However, choice of the code editor is somewhat controversial. In the core software engineering classes we had religious … Continue reading Updating my text editor