As the annual event goes virtual, the popular daily publication runs alongside to keep participants informed.
SILICON VALLEY, Calif., June 1, 2020 — RSIP Vision, a global leader in artificial intelligence (AI) and computer vision technology, and CVPR, the annual Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition conference, announced today the upcoming publication of the CVPR Daily magazine, which will accompany the international event for the 5th consecutive year.
CVPR is an annual meeting covering every aspect of computer vision and pattern recognition, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. Since the 2016 conference in Las Vegas, RSIP Vision has provided attendees with a daily magazine, CVPR Daily, packed full of highlights from the previous day and enticing previews of events to come.
CVPR Daily not only benefits those in attendance at the conference, but the community at large through a program called “Feel at CVPR as if you were at CVPR”, dedicated to scientists, scholars, and anyone with an interest in proceedings who could not attend in person.
This year, due to the ongoing global pandemic, CVPR 2020 will take place 14-19 June as a virtual event. Now more than ever, CVPR Daily is central to preserving components of the in-person attendee experience that everyone values.
“It is inspiring and a real honor to meet thousands of the top minds of our generation every year,” declares Ralph Anzarouth, the editor of CVPR Daily. “At CVPR, we witness all the scientific progress that the field has to offer, presented to us by those who are making it happen. The logistics may be a little different, but this year’s event looks set to be as fascinating as ever, and our CVPR Daily magazine will continue to distill the best of the best for our readers.”
Event Producer Nicole Finn says: “The CVPR Daily magazine is always a highlight of the CVPR annual conference! We look forward to continuing the tradition – fostering the excitement and sharing ideas and attendees’ contributions to the community through this publication.”
Each year, CVPR Daily presents a host of exciting features and this year will be no exception. Readers can expect exclusive interviews with keynote speakers and senior professors; reviews and previews of oral and poster presentations; daily picks suggested by participants; and reports and news from workshops and tutorials.
Daily editions also regularly include interviews with “Women in Computer Vision” – female scientists sharing their work, career, experience and challenges with the community. There is a gender imbalance in the community, and this feature gives a voice to diverse role models who can serve as examples for younger scholars.
The daily magazine this year will be published on June 16, 17 and 18.
As well as CVPR Daily, RSIP Vision offers its parent publication, the renowned monthly magazine Computer Vision News, as a gift to the community. The July issue of Computer Vision News will include a BEST OF CVPR section, containing a selection of the top articles featured in CVPR Daily.