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Learn about Synthetic Data at CVPR 2022 with

By May 17, 2022August 18th, 2023No Comments

Learn about Synthetic Data at CVPR 2022 with

TLDR: Come join at this year’s live CVPR 2022 in New Orleans where we’re giving a half-day tutorial on June 20th with NVIDIA on using a platform for synthetic data to create data for AI/ML training and validation!

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Training data samples of random leaves in buckets created in

With the return of live events, the team is excited to be able to meet and work with users in person. For that reason, we’re delivering several live tutorials at conferences this year. The next one is going to be a 1/2 day hands-on workshop tutorial at CVPR 2022 on June 20th in New Orleans from 9:00AM-12:30PM.

The IEEE / CVF Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference (CVPR) is the premier annual computer vision event with tutorials, workshops, and a main conference covering all ranges of topics associated with vision tools and techniques related to AI and ML. The conference is happening over 6 days, from June 19th through the 24th.

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We are pleased to be able to present with a guest from NVIDIA who will be announced as we get closer to the event. The goal of the tutorial will be to introduce users to the advantage of using a platform for synthetic data generation with these four parts:

  • Introducing physics-based synthetic data and the need for a synthetic data platform
  • Generating sample data and using the data to run an experiment
  • An overview of how to create synthetic data for real world use cases using
  • Postprocessing and analytics on synthetic datasets with the help of real world data

Students who attend the class will learn about the patterns of synthetic data creation that successful customers are employing, the range of options when generating synthetic data that are possible with physics-based simulation tools, and the steps to consider when engineering synthetic datasets. We’ll even discuss some of the tools we’re using to help customers compare real and synthetic datasets.

If you haven’t considered attending CVPR, it’s a fantastic intersection of academic, commercial, and research groups sharing the latest and greatest techniques, studies, and outcomes that are pushing the industry forward… so consider it!

If you are attending and you’re curious about physics-based synthetic data, sign up to attend our tutorial!

We look forward to seeing you in New Orleans!

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