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ACM MM 2013 video spotlight
Transcript of ACM MM 2013 video spotlight
Introducing visual ambiguity
Learning Visual Ambiguity
It happens when a classifier confuses the target concept with another concept
Utilizing Visual Ambiguity
Characterize images as non trustworthy when they contain ambiguous concepts.
Finding what confuses a classifier
No, this is a
Mom is this grass?
I realized that I can not
distinguish the grass
from a tree.
Characterizing images as non-trustworthy
The tags of this image show that it contains trees. But I confuse the grass with trees; I do not trust myself to find the location of the grass. I'd better skip this image.
where we can automatically detect the location of the targeted object
I can distinguish between chicken and grass; I will keep this image.
Designed to exploit the abundance of social media.
We have the luxury to dismiss the ambiguous images due to the high availability of tagged images offered by social sites.
Friday 25 October
15:00 - 18:15
Finding what confuses
Background music: "Hungaria" by Latché Swing (http://www.jamendo.com/en/artist/latche_swing_(3))