Infusing Visual Understanding in Cloud and Edge Solutions Using State Of-the-Art Microsoft Algorithms

Tuesday, May 22, 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Summit Track: 
Enabling Technologies
Exhibit Hall A-3

Microsoft offers its state-of-the-art computer vision algorithms, used internally in several products, through the Cognitive Services cloud APIs. With best-in-class results on industry benchmarks, these APIs cover a broad spectrum of tasks spanning image classification, object detection, image captioning, face recognition, OCR and more. Beyond the cloud, these algorithms even run locally on mobile or edge devices, or via Docker containers, for real-time scenarios. Join us at this talk to learn more about these APIs and tools, and how you can easily get started today to make both cloud and edge intelligent!


Anirudh Koul

Senior Data Scientist, Microsoft

Anirudh Koul is a Senior Data Scientist at Microsoft, and founder of Seeing AI - the talking camera app for the blind community. Anirudh brings over a decade of production-oriented Applied Research experience on Peta Byte scale datasets, with features shipped to about a billion people. An entrepreneur at heart, he has been running mini-startup teams within Microsoft, prototyping ideas using computer vision and deep learning techniques for augmented reality, productivity and accessibility - for people with visual impairments, hearing loss as well as motor impairments. Some of his recent work, which IEEE has called “life changing,” has been showcased at White House events, Netflix, BBC, National Geographic and received awards including Helen Keller Achievement Award and from the Mobile World Congress. You can reach him at @anirudhkoul.

Jin Yamamoto

Principal Program Manager, Microsoft

Jin Yamamoto is a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft on Computer Vision team, focusing on OCR. He is responsible for formulating the product/technology strategy and managing the engineering project execution for OCR in all aspects, from foundational OCR engineering to applied E2E solution products. Prior to joining the Computer Vision team, he was a Program Manager on the Bing team. He holds a PhD in physics from University of Michigan and BS in physics and math from the College of William and Mary.

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