The Andalusian Council of Universities (CAU) has approved the creation of s the Andalusian Research Institute on Data Science and Computational Intelligence, by the Universities of Jaén (UJA) and Granada (UGR). Noticia

According to a press release from the Delegation of the Regional Government of Andalusia in Jaen, this institute will research in two major fundamental areas, Data Science and Computational Intelligence, two areas of great projection in the field of international research and with scientific recognition at the universities of Jaen and Granada. For more information: […]

A UGR Study on the use of algorithms for security and ecology granted by BBVA Foundation Noticia

The BBVA Foundation grants with 100,000 euros a research project at the University of Granada (UGR) called ‘Deep Learning’ applied to Security, Ecology and Natural Language’, coordinated by Francisco Herrera Triguero, professor of the Department of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. The aim of this project is to generate high quality data for Deep Learning […]

Presentation in Granada of the Spanish R+D+I Strategy in Artificial Intelligence Noticia

On Monday 4 March, the Spanish Strategy for R+D+I  in Artificial Intelligence was presented in Granada. The event,  took place in the Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos, was presided over by the Minister of Science, Innovation and Universities, Pedro Duque, and closed by the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez. More information (in spanish).

Andalusian Research Institute on Data Science and Computational Intelligence, obtains the European qualification of “Digital Innovation Hub” Noticia

Andalusian Research Institute on Data Science and Computational Ingelligence, has been included in the catalogue of the “Digital Innovation Hub” (DIH) whose main objective is to increase the competitiveness of industry through digital technologies and is the highest European recognition of innovative ecosystems. http://s3platform.jrc.ec.europa.eu/digital-innovation-hubs-tool/-/dih/12691/view

CAEPIA 2018 Awards Noticia

First prize of the CAEPIA 2018 Competition of Apps based on Artificial Intelligence by the App MonuMAI Francisco Herrera, Álvaro Martínez-Sevilla, Siham Tabik, Rosana Montes, Alberto Castillo Lamas, Teresa Cruz Sánchez, José Policarpo Cruz. MonuMAI: an app to increase the social value of Andalusian architectural heritage https://sci2s.ugr.es/caepia18/premiados.html#apps (Link a Spanish Media)

Featured from MIT in its technology review portal “The Best of Physics arXiv”: Automatic Handgun Detection Alarm in Videos Using Deep Learning Noticia

https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.05147 Current surveillance and control systems still require human supervision and intervention. This work presents a novel automatic handgun detection system in videos appropriate for both, surveillance and control purposes. We reformulate this detection problem into the problem of minimizing false positives and solve it by building the key training data-set guided by the results […]

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