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An introduction to computer vision

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The field of computer vision has some similarities, and indeed overlap, with medical imaging. However, there are also a number of differences. I will present a short tour of computer vision, describing some of the major challenges and past methods. I will then discuss the current state of computer vision, including the currently popular challenges, the methods in use, and the factors that have enabled both the challenges and the methods. I will end by conjecturing about future trends, and introducing the challenges that I am tackling. This task is not meant to be an exhaustive survey, and will focus on some strands whilst ignoring others entirely. It is meant as an introduction to the area as many in the Imaging group will not have had much, if any, exposure to computer vision in the general sense.

This talk is part of the Medical Imaging Research Seminars series.

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