New Method Developed by GIST Researchers Allow Robot Vision to Identify Occluded Objects

New Method Developed by GIST Researchers Allow Robot Vision to Identify Occluded Objects
Much like human vision, the method allows for the detection of visible, partially occluded, and unseen objects in a single framework

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GIST is a research-oriented university & a prestigious school in science and technology, located at Gwangju, South Korea. Visit: https://www.gist.ac.kr/en/

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Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)

Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)

GIST is a research-oriented university & a prestigious school in science and technology, located at Gwangju, South Korea. Visit: https://www.gist.ac.kr/en/

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