Preferences Prediction using a Gallery of Mobile Device based on Scene Recognition and Object Detection

@inproceedings{Savchenko2019PreferencesPU,
  title={Preferences Prediction using a Gallery of Mobile Device based on Scene Recognition and Object Detection},
  author={A. Savchenko and Kirill V. Demochkin and Ivan S. Grechikhin},
  year={2019}
}
In this paper user modeling task is examined by processing a gallery of photos and videos on a mobile device. We propose novel engine for user preference prediction based on scene recognition, object detection and facial analysis. At first, all faces in a gallery are clustered and all private photos and videos with faces from large clusters are processed on the embedded system in offline mode. Other photos may be sent to the remote server to be analyzed by very deep models. The visual features… Expand

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