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Informatics colloquium 13. 3. How Do Computers See?Informatics colloquium 13. 3. 2018, 14:00 lecture hall D2 Atreyee Sinha, Ph.D., Computing & Information Sciences Department, Edgewood College, Madison, USA Abstract: Image classification is one of the most important Computer Vision problems being addressed by researchers around the world today. Classification is the task of labelling images with different predefined category labels. These category labels may be based on some low-level features such as color, texture or shape, but more often, they are based on high-level features such as semantic description, activity or objects present. In this talk, I will present the different techniques and recent advances in image classification and retrieval with particular examples from different applications.