TEDx Talk (2017) on “Bridging Human and Artificial Intelligence” at TEDxCentennialParkWomen

Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 Posted in In The News, Interesting, Machine Learning, Presentations, Videos | No Comments »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZE8JK6txBs A TEDx talk that I recently did. In this talk, the speaker takes you on a journey of how AI systems have evolved over time. DIRECTOR OF MACHINE LEARNING AT GEORGIA ... Read more..

Paper in Artificial Intelligence (2009): “A novel sequence representation for unsupervised analysis of human activities”

Sunday, September 20th, 2009 Posted in Aaron Bobick, Activity Recognition, Charles Isbell, Papers, Raffay Hamid, Siddhartha Maddi | No Comments »

A novel sequence representation for unsupervised analysis of human activities Raffay Hamid, Siddhartha Maddi, Amos Johnson, Aaron Bobick, Irfan Essaand Charles Isbell (2009) "A novel sequence representation for unsupervised analysis of ... Read more..

Event: AAAI 2008 Special Track on Physically-Grounded AI

Thursday, February 14th, 2008 Posted in Events, Service | No Comments »

I am Co-Chairing  with Drew Bagnell (CMU), Wolfram Burgard (University of Frieberg) a Special Track on Physically-Grounded AI. See AAAI-08: Twenty-Third Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Chicago, IL, USA. The goal ... Read more..

Paper AAAI (2002): “Recognizing Multitasked Activities from Video using Stochastic Context-Free Grammar”

Sunday, September 29th, 2002 Posted in AAAI/IJCAI/UAI, Activity Recognition, Darnell Moore, Intelligent Environments, Papers | No Comments »

D. Moore and I. Essa (2002). "Recognizing multitasked activities from video using stochastic context-free grammar", in Proceedings of AAAI 2002. [PDF | Project Site] Abstract In this paper, we present techniques ... Read more..

Paper: AI Magazine (1999) “Computers Seeing People”

Wednesday, July 14th, 1999 Posted in Aware Home, Face and Gesture, Intelligent Environments, Papers | No Comments »

Irfan A. Essa "Computers Seeing People", AI Magazine 20(2): Summer 1999, 69-82 Abstract AI researchers are interested in building intelligent machines that can interact with them as they interact with each ... Read more..