Many of our projects were made possible by a generous donation of GPU and server time from the W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology.
The Traffic Hotspot project is a collaboration between Mac AI and the Beasley Neighbourhood Association of Hamilton. The project will be a website with live data consisting of the interactions of different types of vehicles, cyclists, pedestrians, and mobility devices and the surrounding environment using YOLOv5 and Deep SORT for the tracking and an IoT Raspberry Pi for the image capture.VIEW THIS PROJECT ↗
The Style Transfer GAN project intends on generating new-high-resolution image from the content of one image with style of another, utilizing the generation speeds of GAN technology.VIEW THIS PROJECT ↗
The Radiology and AI project is in collaboration with McMaster’s very own radiology department, focusing on training AI models using MRI scan’s of the brain to identify and characterize various tumors by building tools for assisting radiologist and clinicians in providing accurate treatment to cancer patients.VIEW THIS PROJECT ↗
The Autonomous Vehicle Project is creating an autonomous vehicle simulation in the form a video game, equipping the vehicle with the ability to identify nearby objects during traversal using computer vision and reinforcement learning algorithms.VIEW THIS PROJECT ↗
NTIRE 2020 + MAI 2021
Mac AI’s team, led by Senior Project Manager Xiaohong Liu, won third place of the Demoireing challenge burst track at the international NTIRE 2020 computer vision conference in Seattle. The project uses a fully integrated attention mechanism, as well as U-nets and PCD. Read more about the novel architecture in the report!VIEW THIS PROJECT ↗
FishEye is a fourth-year thesis project undertaken by Victor Blaga and Andrew Garven, and currently being implemented in McMaster’s ABEL lab to automatically detect and track experimental footage. Specifically, the program uses YOLOv3 to track fish behavioural assays in real time, relieving undergraduate students of an otherwise mundane and time-consuming task.VIEW THIS PROJECT ↗
Software engineering undergraduate student and Mac AI project manager Jay Mody is leveraging AI to fight online misinformation. He placed 1st in the first round and 4th overall in the Leader’s Prize, Canada’s largest AI competition offering $1,000,000 to the team or individual that best automates the detection of fake news using AI.VIEW THIS PROJECT ↗
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