Tag Archives: object recognition

WordNet and visual object recognition

Visual object recognition is a hard task. Current computer vision technology is good at recognizing a small number of objects but fails when it comes to differentiating among large numbers of objects and among different classes of objects. Much work is currently focused on tackling these problems in order to increase the usefulness of object… Read More »

Object recognition using a grid-connected robot dog

An interesting project at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, involves color-based object recognition using distributed computing consisting of several beowolf clusters spread around the world. The video at the end of this post demonstrates how the system works; the video is also the winner for “Most Innovative” at the first AAAI video competition held last… Read More »