About me

I work as a Principal Researcher at the Samsung AI center in Cambridge, UK., where I lead a group focusing on video anaysis, with special attention to human action analysis. This is scoped within the theme of the center, human-centric AI. Our task at SAIC-Cambridge is to solve the challenges stemming from Samsung's product family through technically novel approaches, and to produce technical advancements that can act as enablers for the development of future products. We publish our work on the top venues on computer vision and machine learning on a regular basis.

Previously I worked for about 3 years for Amazon in Seattle, where I had the pleasure of being part of the Amazon Go and AWS Rekognition teams.

I am interested in a wide variety of topics in machine learning and computer vision - in fact most often it is the process, the team or the prospect of the impact that I find most appealing rather than the topic itself. While most of my work during my years in academia has been on face analysis, in recent years I have worked on topics as diverse as human action recognition, binary CNNs, knowledge distillation and lipreading.

This is my Google Scholar profile.