Glasses-Free 3D Screen. Did you say glasses-free?

3D screens (displays) are often associated with immersive experiences that can be found in film or video games. They are also used in professional disciplines such as geomatics [1]. Studies [2] show that looking at a 3D object improves retention and understanding of the information being transmitted. Looking at the array of activities in geomatics, […]

CRIM researcher receives a Discovery Grant


We are proud to announce that Gilles Boulianne, senior researcher in speech processing at CRIM, is one of the recipients of a 2021 Discovery Grant awarded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). This five-year grant will allow Gilles Boulianne, who holds more than 20 years of experience in applied research […]

The growing threat of deepfake

Powered by the latest technological advancement in artificial intelligence and machine learning, deepfakes offer automated procedures to create fake content that is harder and harder for human observers to detect¹. The technique was developed in 2016 in the research community and gained public attention when fake X-rated videos putting in display public figures appeared on […]

Emotions and Stress Detection in drone Operators

Multimodal Emotions and Stress Detection in UAV Operators Using Deep Learning Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and drone operators perform a demanding job with many challenges. As UAVs become increasingly autonomous, this allows a reduction in the number of personnel in command during missions. However, this also poses safety challenges, as control and supervision periods are […]