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Brian Price

Principal Scientist

Adobe Research

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As a research scientist at Adobe, I research Computer Vision, develop new technologies, transfer them to Adobe products, and work with universities and PhD students through collaborations and internships.   (See full bio here)

 

Research Interests:  Computer Vision, Graphics, and Machine Learning,  especially segmentation (interactive object selection, matting, panoptic/semantic segmentation, video segmentation), image synthesis, and document understanding.

Latest News

BMVC

It is BMVC this week. I have one paper on "Text and Style Conditioned GAN for Generation of Offline Handwriting Lines." Head to my Papers to check it out.

ECCV week

I am attending ECCV (remotely) this week. Our paper "PhraseClick: Toward Achieving Flexible Interactive Segmentation by Phrase and Click" is a spotlight.

Adobe Research named an "Innovative Team of the Year"

Fast Company named Adobe Research a finalist for its "Innovative Team of the Year". I am honored to be part of such an amazing team.

Recent Publications

Text and Style Conditioned GAN for Generation of Offline Handwriting Lines

Brian Davis, Chris Tensmeyer, Brian Price, Curtis Wigington, Bryan Morse, Rajiv Jain

BMVC 2020

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PhraseClick: Toward Achieving Flexible Interactive Segmentation by Phrase and Click

Henghui Ding, Scott Cohen, Brian Price, and Xudong Jiang

ECCV 2020 (Spotlight)

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Interactive Training and Architecture for Deep Object Selection

Marco Forte, Brian Price, Scott Cohen, Ning Xu, Francois Pitie

ICME 2020 (Best Paper runner up)

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Recent Patents

Image Object Segmentation Based on Temporal Information

Ning Xu, Brian Price, Scott Cohen

US Patent 10,818,014. Oct 27, 2020.

Generating Object Selections on a Live Camera Feed

Brian Price

CN Patent ZL2015104235674. Sep. 11, 2020.

Question Answering for Data Visualizations

Scott Cohen, Brian Price, Kushal Kafle

US Patent 10,754,851. Aug 25, 2020.

Technologies Highlights

Select Subject for Portraits

Photoshop shipped a new version of Select Subject that automatically segments people in images.  It is able to get fine detail like hair.  Some of the technology that I have developed regarding selecting hair detail is part of this new feature.

© 2020 by Brian Price

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