Facebook AI Computer Vision Talk

This talk will give an introduction to what the Computer Vision research is focused on in Facebook AI organization. Facebook AI has close to 500 researchers and engineers distributed across Menlo Park-CA, New York City, Boston, Canada, and Europe. Our mission in computer vision is to conduct cutting-edge fundamental research and solve computer vision problems that are important to Facebook’s missions and products. Our research spans across video analysis, OCR, person identification, adversarial learning, transfer learning, and extreme vision and we publish in top computer vision conferences as we make progress on these problems. At the same time, we have a productization-focused team that works on best engineering practices and infrastructure in order to take our technologies to product teams that will greatly benefit.

Speaker Information

Anmol Kalia, Software Engineer at Facebook AI

Bio: Kalia is a software engineer on the Computer Vision team within Applied Machine Learning group. She is interested in building state of the art vision systems which work at scale. Kalia received her MS degree in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in May 2018 where she worked on several projects at the intersection of vision and language, such as inpainting using visual dialog and early stopping for visual dialog using deep reinforcement learning.

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Event Details


  • Thursday, November 29, 2018
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Marcus Nanotechnology Building, Rooms 1116-1118

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