AI basics for image processing

Online, 28 November – 7 December 2023.

Explore the potential of Artificial Intelligence in image processing through a series of dynamic workshops organised within the ANERIS project. The workshop series will feature three informative sessions on AI basics for image processing, Image restoration, and Image classification and segmentation. You’ll get a thorough exploration of AI and its potential to improve and interpret visual data. 

Each session will have presentations by experts in the field and will showcase practical demonstrations of AI tools in image processing.

The schedule for the sessions is as follows:

  • AI basics for image processing: November 28th
  • Image restoration: December 4th
  • Image classification and segmentation: December 7th

If you’re interested, please register here.

ANERIS Kick-Off Meeting

ANERIS Kick-off Meeting

Barcelona, Spain, 8–9 March 2023.

LifeWatch ERIC is partnering in the new Horizon Europe project, ANERIS (operAtional seNsing lifE technologies for maRIne ecosystemS). The project proposes to develop the next generation of scientific instrumentation tools and methods for sensing marine-life. The design of the new instruments and methods will integrate different types of marine life-sensing technologies: genomics, imaging-biooptics and participatory sciences. The technologies will be implemented in a co-design framework, involving all the interested stakeholders: academia, industry, civil society and government. 

The project proposes the concept of Operational Marine Biology (OMB), understood as a biodiversity information system for systematic and long-term routine measurements of the ocean and coastal life, and their rapid interpretation and dissemination. The production of FAIR Operational Marine Biology data will be carried out in a distributed IT infrastructure built from edge and cloud compute nodes, to be connected with the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). 

The ANERIS Kick-Off Meeting will last two days and will take place at the Instituto de Ciencias del Mar del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, ICM-CSIC, Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta 37-49, 08003 Barcelona.

To learn more about the projects in which LifeWatch ERIC is involved, please visit our Related Projects page.