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October 2, 2023


NTT's three papers accepted in ICCV 2023

Tokyo — September 29, 2023 — NTT Corporation (NTT) announced that its researchers, including members of its Computer & Data Science Labs, Human Informatics Labs, and Communication Science Labs authored or co-authored three papers have been accepted by the IEEE/CVF International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV 2023), one of the leading conference in computer vision. The ICCV 2023 will be held in Paris, France from October 2 to 6 2023, with a paper acceptance rate of only 26.2% (2,160 out of 8,260 submissions). The accepted NTT papers are as follows:

  1. "MIMO-NeRF: Fast Neural Rendering with Multi-input Multi-output Neural Radiance Fields"
    1. Takuhiro Kaneko (NTT Communication Science Laboratories)
  2. "Adversarial Finetuning with Latent Representation Constraint to Mitigate Accuracy-Robustness Tradeoff"
    1. Satoshi Suzuki (NTT Computer & Data Science Laboratories)
    2. Shin'ya Yamaguchi (NTT Computer & Data Science Laboratories)
    3. Shoichiro Takeda (NTT Human Informatics Laboratories)
    4. Sekitoshi Kanai (NTT Computer & Data Science Laboratories)
    5. Naoki Makishima (NTT Computer & Data Science Laboratories)
    6. Atsushi Ando (NTT Computer & Data Science Laboratories)
    7. Ryo Masumura (NTT Computer & Data Science Laboratories)
  3. "Continual Learning for Personalized Co-speech Gesture Generation"
    1. Chaitanya Ahuja (Carnegie Mellon University)
    2. Pratik Joshi (Carnegie Mellon University)
    3. Ryo Ishii (NTT Human Informatics Laboratories)
    4. Louis-Philippe Morency (Carnegie Mellon University)

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