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The Quest for Understanding the Real World With Synthetic Data - Ankur Handa

14th December 2016 in London at CodeNode

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Ankur Handa is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge with Roberto Cipolla. Prior to that he obtained his PhD with Andrew Davison at Imperial College London and before that he finished his undergraduate at IIIT-Hyderabad. He now work at the intersection of SLAM and deep learning. His primary interests are machine perception and intelligence. Understanding visual cortex and human brain is something he often spend his spare time on and draw inspiration from for his research.

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The Quest for Understanding the Real World With Synthetic Data - Ankur Handa

Ankur Handa

Ankur Handa is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge with Roberto Cipolla. Prior to that he obtained his PhD with Andrew Davison at Imperial College London and before that he finished his undergraduate at IIIT-Hyderabad. He now work at the intersection of SLAM and deep learning. His primary interests are machine perception and intelligence. Understanding visual cortex and human brain is something he often spend his spare time on and draw inspiration from for his research.

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Ankur Handa is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge with Roberto Cipolla. Prior to that he obtained his PhD with Andrew Davison at Imperial College London and before that he finished his undergraduate at IIIT-Hyderabad. He now work at the intersection of SLAM and deep learning. His primary interests are machine perception and intelligence. Understanding visual cortex and human brain is something he often spend his spare time on and draw inspiration from for his research.

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The Quest for Understanding the Real World With Synthetic Data - Ankur Handa

Ankur Handa

Ankur Handa is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge with Roberto Cipolla. Prior to that he obtained his PhD with Andrew Davison at Imperial College London and before that he finished his undergraduate at IIIT-Hyderabad. He now work at the intersection of SLAM and deep learning. His primary interests are machine perception and intelligence. Understanding visual cortex and human brain is something he often spend his spare time on and draw inspiration from for his research.