Yesterday, Marco Paracchini successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation titled “Remote Biometric Signal Processing based on Deep Learning using SPAD Cameras.” In his study, Marco aims at developing a compact system able to remotely and in real-time check the health condition of
David Güera (Purdue University) presents the video manipulation detection method developed in partnership with ISPL . This work was accepted as contribution to the workshop “Deep Learning for Detecting AudioVisual Fakes” at ICML 2019.  D. Güera, S. Baireddy, P.
Paolo Bestagini gave a talk on video forensics at the Institute of Computing (IC) of the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) invited by Prof. Anderson Rocha. Abstract: The recent development of multimedia devices and editing tools, together with the proliferation of video
ISPL has submitted two project proposals for the NVIDIA GPU Grant: Deep learning for multimedia forensics Deep learning for geophysical applications We are pleased to announce that NVIDIA decided to support both projects donating two Quadro P6000 GPUs to the