Interview with professor Matas about AI in podcast

Rozhovor s profesorem Jiřím Matasem v podcastu o umělé inteligenci
The interview was recorded only in Czech. Professor Jiří Matas talks about the development of AI in the podcast. “Any artificial intelligence that generates something has to know that it generated it, and it has to be able to answer to me: yes, I generated it,” she says of the AI ​​phenomenon. Artificial intelligence …read more

An increasing role of AI algorithms in search for effective cancer treatments

Role algoritmů umělé inteligence při hledání účinné léčby nádorových onemocnění
Artificial intelligence algorithms of scientists from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU and the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Olomouc help to accelerate the development of anticancer drugs. Artificial intelligence algorithms will play an increasing role in the search for effective cancer treatments. Machine learning methods can significantly reduce the time, effort …read more

Lukáš Neumann’s interview on Czech Radio about the AI

 Lukáš Neumann mluvil s Českým rozhlasem Radiožurnál o umělé inteligenci
The interview is available only in Czech

Prof. Matas is the highest ranked computer scientist from the Czech Republic

Prof. Matas je nejlépe hodnoceným informatikem z ČR
According to’s international ranking, which evaluates the success of computer scientists based on their H-index, citations, and the number of papers collected by 21 December 2022, the top-ranked Czech computer scientist is prof. Jiří Matas. The success of CTU is underlined by the fact that it has three representatives among the first four Czech scientists …read more

Prof. Jiří Matas is the co-author of the best paper at the BMVC 2022 conference

Prof. Jiří Matas je spoluautorem nejlepšího článku konference BMVC 2022
The team of authors, including prof. Jiří Matas received an award for the Best Paper at the 33rd British Machine Vision Conference this week. The Best Paper Prize was awarded for the Trans2k: Unlocking the Power of Deep Models for Transparent Object Tracking to Alan Lukezic (University of Ljubljana), Žiga Trojer (University of Ljubljana), Jiří …read more

Discussion about autonomous cars on the Czech radio

Rozhlasová diskuze o samořídících vozidlech
Interesting discussion about the challenges of autonomous cars with prof. Tomáš Svoboda, David Hurych / and Vladimír Rybecký /Autoweek/ on the Czech radio. The whole record is only available in the Czech language.

Boris Flach received the Dean’s Award for teaching

Boris Flach získal Cenu děkana za výuku
Doc. Boris Flach, Dr. rer. nat. habil. received the Dean’s Award for teaching in the summer semester 2021/22. Teachers are awarded for teaching results based on the recommendation of a Committee appointed by the Dean. The committee’s decision is based on the results of the students´ verbal survey, suggestions from the heads of departments, and …read more

Dmytro Mishkin received the Dean’s Award for prestigious dissertation

Dmytro Mishkin získal Cenu děkana za prestižní dizertační práci
The Dean’s Awards for prestigious dissertations were awarded on November 9th at the Scientific council meeting. Researcher Mgr. Dmytro Mishkin, Ph.D. received the award for his work Learning and Crafting for the Wide Multiple Baseline Stereo under the supervision of prof. Ing. Jiří Matas, Ph.D. Congratulations!

Prof. Jiří Matas elected a new member of the Learned Society of CZ

Prof. Jiří Matas elected a new member of the Learned Society of CZ
At its 28th General Assembly on 17 May 2022, the Learned Society of the Czech Republic elected Professor Jiří Matas as a full member. “The Learned Society of the Czech Republic is fully aware of the fundamental importance of the rapidly developing field of artificial intelligence and machine learning for society, and thus appreciates that …read more

Four-legged robot SPOT on a mission to explore the Prague underground

Four-legged robot SPOT on a mission to explore the Prague underground
The latest addition to the robot team is the four-legged autonomous SPOT robot from Boston Dynamics with a robotic arm. The RBG camera and a depth sensor are integrated into the gripper, which enables the robot to gather more information and expand utilization. 3D mapping and data gathering in the Prague underground and cooperation with …read more
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