The AIM Lab (AI for Medical Imaging) is a collaborative initiative of the Inception Institute of Artificial Intelligence from the United Arab Emirates and the University of Amsterdam. It focuses on using artificial intelligence for medical image recognition.
The AIM Lab opened on 31 January 2020. An update by Assistant Professor Xiantong Zhen at the AIM Lab. AIM Lab is a collaborative initiative of the Inception Institute of Artificial Intelligence from the United Arab Emirates and the University of Amsterdam.
Recently, an article from researchers from the Informatics Institute of the University of Amsterdam has been published at the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition; the leading peer-reviewed publication venue in the field of artificial intelligence. The researchers introduced a method for counting repetitions, which are relevant when analyzing human activity (sports), animal behavior (a bee’s waggle dance) or natural phenomena (leaves in the wind) by integrating for the first time the audio modality in a visual counting system based on neural networks.
Congratulations on Mohammad Derakhshani’s paper “Kernel Continual Learning” being accepted by ICML 2021.
Congratulations on Zehao Xiao’s paper “A Bit More Bayesian: Domain-Invariant Learning with Uncertainty” being accepted by ICML 2021.
Congratulations on Ivona Najdenkoska’s paper “Variational Topic Inference for Chest X-Ray Report Generation” being accepted by MICCAI 2021.