Guido Pusiol, PHD
I'm a postdoc with a research lead position at the Vision Lab directed by Fei-Fei Li and at CERC directed by Arnold Milstein. In the period 2012-2014 I worked at the Vision Lab and at the Language and Cognition lab of M. Frank. I'm affiliated affiliated to Stanford University in California-USA.
I've got my Ph. D. degree in computer science specialized in computer vision at INRIA ( The French Institue of research in computer science ) in Sophia Antipolis-France. Until 2012 I was at STARS ( leading the project: IET ITC labs Health and Well-Being). I have contributed to PAL and Dem@Care bringing AI technology to ambient assisted living.
In 2003 I co-founded Spinlock a R&D company developing Magnetic Resonance spectrometers for multiple industries, including Food and Oil&Gas.
My research interest is in artificial intelligence algorithms to understand human cognition and activities using as input visual information. My area of expertise is in unsupervised methods for the discovery and recognition of activities in 2D and 3D video datasets. Lately my interest has turned into supervised learning for detecting human activity in videos using deep convolutional neural networks.
I'm lucky of interacting everyday with the people at FeiFei Li's VisionLab. This is an outstanding group of human beings leading innovation in machine learning and its applications in understanding visual content.
For motivation and a better understanding of what we do at the visionlab, checkout FeiFei Li's TED talk 2015.
Building an end-to-end mobile friendly platform requires of many pieces, these guys design, build and put these pieces all together.