Virtual CVPR2020 took place last week and despite some teething issues as we all continue to settle into our new zoom reality the conference was an overall success! With 7,600 attendees and a reported 1,497,800 minutes of video calls it’s safe to say that a lot was packed into a few short days. I wanted to use this blog post to highlight some of the papers I thought were particularly interesting. There were a lot of different themes covered in CVPR2020 and I am going to focus here on transfer learning. At the bottom of this article I’ve included some other papers I found interesting and link to another blog which provides a pretty good overview of all kinds of other topics that were covered.
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