ICCV 2017 Best Paper Award: Mask R-CNN

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ICCV 2017 Best Paper Award: Mask R-CNN

Researchers from Facebook AI Research have won the Best Paper Award (Marr Prize) at the 16th International Conference on Computer vision (ICCV) 2017, held in Venice, Italy. The work, named "Mask R-CNN", addresses the problem of instance segmentation, which combines tasks of object detection and semantic segmentation. Below is the presentation given by the first author Kaiming He at the conference. The full paper can be downloaded at https://research.fb.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/maskrcnn.pdf.

Mask R-CNN

Courtesy of The Computer Vision Foundation

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