MediaEval 2015 Registration Open

Registration for the MediaEval 2015 Multimedia Benchmark has opened. Please register using the MediaEval 2015 registration site (now open).

We ask you to register by 1 May, when the first task will release its data set. After that point, late registration will be possible, but we encourage teams to register as early as they can.

Descriptions of the tasks offered in 2015 can be found on the MediaEval 2015 page. More detailed information will be posted soon.

MediaEval 2015 Tasks announced

Tasks that will be offered in MediaEval 2015 are now listed on the MediaEval 2015 webpage. Registration will open mid-March, and the first data releases will occur in April and May. Watch this website for detailed descriptions of the tasks to be published, and also the link to the registration system.

MediaEval 2015 Survey

Interested in MediaEval 2015? Please fill out the survey:
The survey is your opportunity to help determine which tasks should be offered in MediaEval 2015, and how they should be formulated. Please add your address to the survey, in order to receive more information specifically about 2015. Task registration will open at the end of February. Read More...

Interspeech 2015 Special Session CfP: Synergies of speech and multimedia technologies

We are happy to announce the Interspeech 2015 Special Session “Synergies of speech and multimedia technologies”. Please submit your papers on topics involving the integration of speech and multimedia to the Interspeech 2015 submission system by 20 March 2015. Interspeech 2015 is 6-10 September in Dresden, Germany. Click “Read more...” for the complete CfP. The MediaEval 2015 Workshop will be held close-by at the beginning of the following week. Read More...

Crowd contributions to Dataset Creation

We take the opportunity of the holiday season to send a special work of thanks to the people that make MediaEval possible, Organizers, Participants, but also the Crowdworkers who provide annotations for many of the tasks. We have written a letter to the people who carry out our microtasks, to provide a more direct link of understanding between those who provide ground truth, and those who use it. Read More...