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EE Prof. Yoo, Chang Dong and Kweon, In So ’s team Give Oral Presentation at ECCV 2022

Title: EE Professor Yoo, Chang Dong and  Kweon, In So ’s Research Team Give Oral Presentation on Self-supervised Learning at ECCV 2022

KAIST EE Prof. Yoo, Chang Dong and Kweon, In So’s team conducted a joint research and proposed a self-supervised learning method that is remarkably robust and performs well with even only a small volume of labeled data.

<(From left) EE Professors Yoo, Chang Dong and Kweon, In So and Researchers Chaoning Zhang and Kang Zhang>

ECCV began in 1990 and has since focused on introducing the latest findings in artificial intelligence and machine learning research on vision and signal processing. It has long been a renowned conference on computer vision and deep learning, and its 2022 rendition gathered 5,803 submissions, only 1,650 (28%) of which have had the honor of being accepted, and merely a select 158 (2.7%) of the accepts given the opportunity for an oral presentation.

The team’s findings titled “Decoupled Adversarial Contrastive Learning for Self-supervised Adversarial Robustness” earned the oral presentation honor and will be presented on Oct. 23, 2022 in Tel Aviv, Israel.

While artificial intelligence is making progress in various domains, it has yet to win full trust from humans. Reliable learning should encompass learning from little data as well as robust learning, and attempts at this objective have been made with combining self-supervised learning and adversarial learning. This work utilizes distillation methods to efficiently put together the two and proposed an adversarial learning framework capable of self-supervised learning without labels.

The paper outlining these findings has been selected as an ECCV Oral Presentation (acceptance rate 2.7%) work. The work is a joint endeavor by Professors Yoo, Chang Dong and Kweon, In So, and their team, and it promises exciting opportunities for providing high-performance services based on robust artificial intelligence learning from little data.

This research is supported by IITP by MSIT.