MIT-IBM WATSON AI LAB UNVEIL THE MOMENTS IN TIME DATASET

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MIT-IBM WATSON AI LAB UNVEIL THE MOMENTS IN TIME DATASET

Long Beach, CA/FPSnewswire -- At the Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) 2017 in Long Beach, California, a team of scientists from the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab unveiled the Moments in Time Dataset, a large scale, human-annotated dataset of one million, three-second video clips for action recognition created to accelerate the development of AI technologies and models that enable automatic understanding of video content. Led by MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Principal Research Scientist, Dr. Aude Oliva, right and IBM Research Scientist, Dr. Dan Gutfreund, the team created the Moments in Time Dataset to encourage advances in video comprehension that will impact multiple industries and applications, such as helping self-driving cars navigate their environment, enabling automatic creation of movie trailers and sports highlights, and assisting the visually impaired with video narration. (Feature Photo Service)
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