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CVPR Daily:

What would you like to

achieve in your career?

Danna:

I would like to have my work

help save lives. I work a lot in the

microscopy and the medical imaging

space. My greatest wish is that

something I do will in some way help

save someone’s life

.

CVPR Daily:

What are the chances that

you give yourself to be able to fulfil this

hope one day?

Danna:

I think it’s quite possible. As a

mentor, I can be a voice that creates a

movement for this area. Whether it’s

me or someone I teach, both feel

equally good.

CVPR Daily:

You may have noticed that

CVPR Daily highlights the diversity of

people who are part of our research

community, in particular introducing

the many brilliant women at this year's

CVPR. What do you think of that?

Danna:

I trust those that are making

the decisions. It’s interesting to me,

and I don’t think I have the full picture.

I just trust that there’s some value in

trying to put a lot of female faces out

there. Maybe it’s just a small thing of

making the younger females coming to

CVPR feel like they fit in. It could make

a long term impact on females going

forward. I’m not really sure of the

intention, but I can imagine good

outcomes from it.

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Women in Computer Vision

CVPR Daily: Thursday

David’s Picks for Thu30

2

Editorial

3

Women in Computer Vision:

Danna Gurari

4

Àngels Ratés Borràs

12

Summary

6

CVPR Expo:

Qihoo 360

7

TuSimple

10

MorpX

11

Presentations:

M. Blaha and A. Richard

8

Guy Rosman - CSAIL/MIT

14

Highlights

9

CVPR Daily

Editor:

Ralph Anzarouth

Publisher:

RSIP Vision

Many thanks to Allison Dienstman

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is strictly forbidden.

CVPR Daily’s editorial choices

are fully independent from CVPR

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I would like to have my

work help save lives