3D Computer Vision for Animals

Animals are an important resource for our society, but unfortunately they are often threatened and over exploited by humans. Computer vision can greatly contribute to animal conservation and wellbeing by providing non-invasive tools for capturing animal behaviour. Animals communicate mostly with body posture and sound, their health conditions are often related to shape changes. In this talk Dr. Silvia Zuffi (research scientist at IMATI-CNR) will present her work on taking a 3D perspective when looking at animals, specifically through generative models of animal shape for 3D pose and shape reconstruction from monocular data.

Thursday, 12-15-2022, 02:15 p.m. – 04:00 p.m., virtual event

More details at: https://www.i-aida.org/events/3d-computer-vision-for-animals/.

This is an event of I-AIDA – International Artificial Intelligence Doctoral Academy.