The 2020 European Conference on Computer Vision took place online, from 23 to 28 August, and consisted of 1360 papers, divided into 104 orals, 160 spotlights and the rest of 1096 papers as posters. In addition to 45 workshops and 16 tutorials. As it is the case in recent years with ML and CV conferences, the huge number of papers can be overwhelming at times. Similar to my CVPR2020 post, to get a grasp of the general trends of the conference this year, I will present in this blog post a sort of a snapshot of the conference by summarizing some papers (& listing some) that grabbed my attention.
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