Today we’re joined by Gurdeep Pall, Corporate Vice President at Microsoft.
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Gurdeep, who we had the pleasure of speaking with on his 31st anniversary at the company, has had a hand in creating quite a few influential projects, including Skype for business (and Teams) and being apart of the first team that shipped wifi as a part of a general-purpose operating system.
In our conversation with Gurdeep, we discuss Microsoft’s acquisition of Bonsai and how they fit in the toolchain for creating brains for autonomous systems with “machine teaching,” and other practical applications of machine teaching in autonomous systems. We also explore the challenges of simulation, and how they’ve evolved to make the problems that the physical world brings more tenable. Finally, Gurdeep shares concrete use cases for autonomous systems, and how to get the best ROI on those investments, and of course, what’s next in the very broad space of autonomous systems.
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Connect with Gurdeep!
- Machine Teaching for Better Machine Learning with Mark Hammond
- AirSim Open Source Simulator
- Microsoft AI Innovation for Autonomous Systems
- Microsoft AI Systems
- Blog: Building the future of autonomy
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