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SPIE conferences bring together engineers and scientists to present their latest research and to network with peers. Each year SPIE conferences result in approximately 350 proceedings volumes comprising 16,000+ papers and presentation recordings reporting on photonics-driven advancements in areas such as biomedicine, astronomy, defense and security, renewable energy, and more.

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Lidar: a new self-driving vehicle for introducing optics to broader engineering and non-engineering audiences

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JPEG XL next-generation image compression architecture and coding tools

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Achieving a trusted, reliable, AI-ready infrastructure for military medicine and civilian care

Cindy Crump, Loretta M. Schlachta-Fairchild (2020) Open Access


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The use of machine learning algorithms for image recognition

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