Beryllium Newsletter, September 2020
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Free Resources

(1) High resolution satellite imagery for damage assessment Link >>
(2) Want to contribute to the food security data set to save the planet?
Click here to install farmAR app for FREE, add your own photo pins by picturing vegetables which look unhealthy!
(3) Our latest school of AI lectures with source code Fork here>>


Upcoming Events    

>> CVPR2021 Computer Vision Conference Link >>
>> Hyperspectral Object Tracking Challenge Link >>
>> ESA EO phi-week virtual event Register >>
>> AI&ML conference in the Netherlands Link >> 
>> AIC2021 Artificial Intelligence and Cognition Conference Link >>
>> JSTAR special issues Link >>

Check earlier newsletter issues for other calls which might still be relevant!
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Go to the July issue >>
Go to the June issue >>
See all Newsletter archive >>


2020 AI events, lectures and more!

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Useful Resources   
>> Context-aware one-shot learning Link >>

>> Google Digital Garage for tones of FREE COURSES >>
>> Access to our ISPRS paper RLSLAM Link >>
>> Everything about Deep Learning Free course >>
>> What is the future of AI? Some highlights from my latest webinar >>
>> 12 Pitfalls of ML Link >>
>> Write a perfect research proposal and a research planning report Link >>
>> An introduction to Graph NN Link >>
>> JavaScript for impatient programmers free book >>
>> Python book free >>
>> Dataset collection for deep learning Link >>
>> Machine learning, big data roadmap Link >>
>> Deep learning book free >>

>> Nicolo Botteghi presents our publication at ISPRS 2019 watch >>




>> AI PostDoc at ESA Apply >>
>> Computer Science postdoc at Uni Innsbruck Apply >>


Happy Creative Busy 


You can support me. I am trying to help stray dogs in Romania.
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I hope this letter serves you.
Please give me feedback. Thank you very much for reading.
With my best wishes,


And yes, I am still wearing a mask!
Please consider wearing a mask in order to slow down spread of the virus. We need to do this if we want to open up our economies and reduce the overwhelm of the healthcare systems.

This is my favourite tshirt cut mask, because it doesn't hurt my ears. No sewing and no great cutting skills are needed. If you make it two layers and put a layer of kitchen towel between layers, it will be more dense to filter the air. Here you can watch how to cut >>

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