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We'll discuss how human rights organizations can use AI to investigate human rights violations around the world. With a focus on deep learning and satellite imagery, we'll examine potential applications, including signature detection of arson, housing demolition, and indiscriminate air strikes. Our talk will also cover some technical challenges posed by the lack of training data and the complexity of detecting relevant abuse signatures, as well as consider the potential utility of synthetic training data 3D modeling.
We'll discuss how human rights organizations can use AI to investigate human rights violations around the world. With a focus on deep learning and satellite imagery, we'll examine potential applications, including signature detection of arson, housing demolition, and indiscriminate air strikes. Our talk will also cover some technical challenges posed by the lack of training data and the complexity of detecting relevant abuse signatures, as well as consider the potential utility of synthetic training data 3D modeling.  Back
 
Topics:
AI Application, Deployment & Inference
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Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2019
Session ID:
S9947
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