Friday, Jun 18, 2021
Ranveer Chandra, Microsoft, Data-Driven Agriculture [Keynote]
Munther Dahleh, MIT, Data-Driven Decisions in Agriculture
Jim Yuan, Google X, Mineral, Farming in the era of ML
Alexdander Schwing, UIUC, NSF Institute of AIFARMS
Chris Padwick, John Deere, Big Machines Caring for Little Plants: How Robotics is Changing Agriculture
Brian N Bailey, UC Davis, Integration of High-Resolution 3D Plant Biophysical and Computer Vision Models
David Potere & Ignacio Zuleta, Indigo Ag, Digital Gap in Agriculture
Jennifer Hobbs, Intelinair, Smart Farming Together
Mason Earles, UC Davis, AI-Enabled Ag for the Food We Eat (NSF Institute for Next Generation Food Systems)
Determining Dendrometry Using Drone Scouting, Convolutional Neural Networks and Point Clouds, Kim Jensen (Aalborg University) et al.
Towards Computer Vision and Deep Learning Facilitated Pollination Monitoring for Agriculture, Malika Nisal Ratnayake (Monash University) et al.
Multi-resolution Outlier Pooling for Sorghum Classification, Chao Ren (Saint Louis University) et al.
Phenology Alignment Network: A Novel Framework for Cross-Regional Time Series Crop Classification, Ziqiao Wang (Wuhan University) et al.
Fuse-PN: A Novel Architecture for Anomaly Pattern Segmentation in Aerial Agricultural Images, Shubham Innani (SGGSIET Nanded) et al.
Superpixels and Graph CNN for Efficient Detection of Nutrient Deficiency Stress from Aerial Imagery, Saba Dadsetan (Intelinair) et al.
Prize Challenge Presentations:
Shang Liu, Jianlong Yuan, Zhe Yang, Team AIEarth
Fanyou Wu, Yang Liu, Team WRL
Qinghui Liu, Michael Kampffmeyer, Robert Jenssen, Arnt-Børre Salberg Team SCG_Vision
Please watch the videos and leave questions as YouTube comments, or submit your questions here, we will collect and address these questions at our Q&A / Panel sessions on the workshop day!
Sunday, Jun 20, 2021
Live Session (Free Registration to Get Zoom Link):
09:00 – 09:05 PDT
09:05 – 10:00 PDT
Prize Challenge Summary & Presentations
Q & A Sessions for Prize Challenges & Workshop Posters
10:00 – 11:30 PDT
Q & A Sessions for Invited Talks [30 mins]
Panel Discussion: Challenge & Opportunities for Computer Vision in Agriculture [1hr]