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This webinar presents ‘Tapestry’, a single-round pooled testing method with application to COVID-19 testing using quantitative Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) that can result in shorter testing time and conservation of reagents and testing kits, at clinically acceptable false positive or false negative rates.

Intelligent reflecting surface (IRS) has recently emerged as a promising paradigm for future wireless communications. Owing to its remarkable capability in reshaping the propagation environment, IRS has a great potential to boost spectral efficiency, mitigate interference, and enhance physical security. 

With the blooming of AI and machine-learning-based data-hungry applications and services, managing personal data and ensuring data privacy and security have become critical challenges.

This SPS webinar will introduce a novel data-driven cooperative localization and location data processing framework, called FedLoc, in line with the emerging machine learning and optimization techniques.

Audio pattern recognition is an important research topic in the machine learning area, and includes several tasks such as audio tagging, acoustic scene classification, music classification, speech emotion classification, and sound event detection. Recently, neural networks have been applied to tackle audio pattern recognition problems. 

Recently, deep convolutional neural network (CNNs) have been widely used in Single Image Super-Resolution (SISR) and have obtained great success. However, most of the existing methods are limited to local receptive field and equal treatment of different types of information; 

In the beginning of 2020, the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has caused a pandemic disease in over 200 countries, affecting billions of humans. Identifying and separating the infected people during the early stage is the most important step in controlling the pandemic.

In this talk, we will discuss a panoramic view of digital forensics in the last 10 years and how it needed to evolve from basic computer vision and simple natural language processing techniques to powerful AI-driven methods to deal with the signs of the new age. 

The Audio Engineering Society (AES), the IEEE Consumer Technology Society (CTSoc), and the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) cordially invite you to a first-of-a-kind joint event discussing the state of the art perspectives in this rapidly evolving field.

Multimedia contents are deeply intertwined with our lives, and, as a consequence, they've become an invaluable asset also for investigative and evidentiary use. However, there are still numerous open challenges for law enforcement agencies when it comes to acquire, authenticate, enhance, and analyze images and videos for forensic use. 

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