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Prof Stefan Rueger delivered keynote talk at ICICIS 2009

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KMi's Stefan Rueger delived today a keynote address at the International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Information Systems held in the ancient city of Cairo, Egypt. One major focus of the event, organised by the Ain Shams University in cooperation with ACM, is multimedia and sensor analysis, specifically in the medical area. Prof Rueger outlined in his keynote talk "more than a thousand words" both the opportunities and the challenges of automated processing of images and video. The conference was well attended with several hundred delegates from around the world.

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