- Research Grants
Sandra Eliza Fontes de Avila in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
With the growth of video data generated by many devices, such as cameras, smartphones, and CCTVs, allied with the Internet as a fast spreading venue, smart and continuous content filtering becomes paramount. In this context, classification of sensitive media content (e.g., pornography, violence) retains a considerable amount of attention because of its applications: it can be used for d...
Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. Automated skin lesion analysis can play an important role for early detection, which is crucial for patient's treatment. Deep neural networks are the current state-of-the-art for skin lesion analysis, but the lack of annotated data limits classification performance. We started in 2017 to generate annotated data for our classification models...
The Internet has become increasingly accessible, reaching a wide range of audiences. However, little progress has been made in the inclusion of people with disabilities, and the scenery is even worse when it comes specifically to visual impairment, as much of the published content is purely visual (e.g., photos, advertising images). Every day, the visually impaired suffer from the viola...
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