Blog | NAVER LABS Europe
10 March 2021
podcast Matthias Galle

NAVER LABS AI research in Europe – a podcast with lab manager Matthias Gallé

Podcast and transcript of Matthias Gallé, head of the NAVER research LAB in Europe who tells us what kind of research is going on in the labs in France and what it’s like to work there.
2021
30 July 2020
kapture

kapture – A unified data format to facilitate visual localization and structure from motion.

Announcing 'kapture' the open source release of a new SfM and visual localization data format. Available for ECCV2020 workshop challenge on visual localization.
2020
27 May 2020
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A machine translation model for Covid-19 research

We're releasing a state-of-the-art multilingual and multi-domain neural machine translation model specialised for biomedical data that enables translation into English from five languages (French, German, Italian, Spanish and Korean).
2020
28 April 2020
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Vital records and deep learning are helping us uncover the past from historical handwritten records

A new platform based on deep-learning approaches to handwritten-text recognition and information extraction enables data from century-old documents to be parsed and analysed, making it possible to explore epidemics and the evolution of populations over time.
2020
29 January 2020
Virtual Kitti 2

Announcing Virtual KITTI 2

Latest release of the popular synthetic image dataset for training and testing. New features include increased photorealism, stereo cameras and additional ground truth.
2020
13 December 2019

Towards understanding human actions out of context with the Mimetics dataset

This article introduces our recent arxiv preprint on further understanding human actions out of context thanks to the newly introduced Mimetics dataset.
2019
4 December 2019

R2D2: Repeatable and Reliable Detector and Descriptor

Combining keypoint reliability in an image as part of the keypoint detection problem significantly improves feature matching.
2019
24 July 2019
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TAMGU: A new open source programming language to help create, annotate and augment corpora and data.

Tamgu has been designed to make cleaning or creating corpora as simple as possible. Go try it out!
2019
24 October 2018
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ReviewQA: A novel relational aspect-based opinion dataset for machine reading

Helping machine reading models move towards machine reasoning.
2018