Today we’re joined by Batu Arisoy, Research Manager with the Vision Technologies & Solutions team at Siemens Corporate Technology.
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Currently, Batu’s research focus is solving limited-data computer vision problems, providing R&D for many of the business units throughout the company. In our conversation, Batu details quite a few of his group’s ongoing projects, like an activity recognition project with the Office of Naval Research, and their many CVPR submissions, which include an emulation of a teacher teaching students information without the use of memorization.
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You probably know Siemens as a global leader in the area of industrial electrification, automation, and digitalization, or as a supplier of systems for power generation and transmission as well as medical diagnosis. I recently had an opportunity to attend the company’s Spotlight on Innovation event down in Orlando, Florida and learn about some of the interesting work happening within the R&D branch of the company. I’m happy to be able to share a bit of that with you via today’s conversation with Batu.
To find out more about what they’re up to, visit twimlai.com/siemens.
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From the Interview
- Learning without Memorizing
- Tell me where to look
- DARPA Physics of AI
- Automatic Scientific Knowledge Extraction Project
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