We love teaching. That is why we hold internships and schools, organize applied computer vision meetups, and deliver open lectures at universities. Until autumn 2020, our audience mainly included students, interns, and developers, but now it also has Kharkiv university teachers on the list.
While 2020 has shown us that new year resolutions might not work, we do not think anyone should give up making a clear vision for the upcoming year. Especially if there is a “become a computer vision engineer” on the list. Nope, we can not tell for sure what 2021 will be like.
Artificial intelligence (and computer vision in particular) are changing the way we all work, live, and communicate. It can seem daunting to attempt to keep up with all these emerging technologies and tends, however, you don’t have to worry because that’s why we’re here! Since 2015, we’ve been established as a group of experts who conduct high-quality research in the fields of computer vision, pattern recognition, machine learning, augmented reality, and signal and image processing.