Projects

The final phase of the seminar is dedicated to working hands-on on a project of your choice. They are done in small teams and mentored by one of the lecturers. Here you can see several descriptions of projects done during 4th iteration of Petnica Summer Institute of Machine Learning.

Ljubomir and Ognjen: Favicon GAN

Among the lectures we heard during PSI:ML, the Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) lecture caught our attention the most. GANs were invented only a few years ago and are giving impressive results in image generation (e.g. generating human faces so that one cannot tell if they are real or generated by GANs).

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Fredi: Unitary CNN

I worked on the research project "Unitary CNN". Since I already had some experience with Machine Learning and Deep Learning and did not have any experience with research, I chose to focus on working on a pure research project. The goal was to extend the work of "Tunable Efficient Unitary Neural Networks (EUNN) and Their Application to RNNs" to work with CNN networks and by consequence to work as any linear transformation which is a basic building block of neural networks.

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Andrija and Jelena: Image Segmentation

During our stay in Petnica, we worked on a project called Image Segmentation. We implemented semantic image segmentation in order to recognize different body parts and clothes on “Look into Person” dataset. We chose this topic because semantic image segmentation is a very present topic in Computer Vision nowadays and can be applied in different situations, which makes it very compelling and relevant.

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Radenko and Srdjan: Image Captioning PSI:ML 2018

Our project was about Image Captioning. The task was to create a Machine Learning algorithm which will give a one sentence description for a given image as the input. We found Computer Vision to be a very interesting topic...

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Aleksa and Danijel: Rubik’s Cube

When it came to choosing our project, we had a bunch of ideas in the beginning, but after giving it some thought we finally opted for solving Rubik’s Cube problem. Our inspiration was a combination of 2 factors. First one was seeing the high school students from a different seminar in Petnica solve the actual, one or two nights before. The second one was...

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