Takeo Kanade accepts the IEEE Founders Medal - Honors Ceremony 2017

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IEEE Life Fellow Takeo Kanade, also a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering, receives recognition for pioneering and seminal contributions to computer vision and robotics for automotive safety, facial recognition, virtual reality and medical robots. Kanade’s work in the 1980’s paved the way for the technology in today’s driverless cars. Kanade also developed the EyeVision multi-camera system debuted at Superbowl XXXV in 2001, which brought enormous attention to the field and spurred further research in computer vision.

View the official program link for more details http://online.qmags.com/IEEEAwards17?pg=9&mode=2#pg13&mode2

Read more about the IEEE Honors Ceremony at https://www.ieee.org/about/awards/honors_ceremony.html

IEEE Life Fellow Takeo Kanade, also a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering, receives recognition for pioneering and seminal contributions to computer vision and robotics for automotive safety, facial recognition, virtual reality and medical robots. Kanade’s work in the 1980’s paved the way for the technology in today’s driverless cars.

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