Adaptive Systems and Interaction Group
Microsoft Research, Redmond
Machine Learning, Computer Vision and Affective Computing
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- Latest Papers and Codes:
- A Deep Hybrid Model for Weather Forecasting, KDD 2015
- On Greedy Maximization of Entropy ICML 2015
- A Joint GP Model for Active Visual Recognition with Expertise Estimation in Crowdsourcing, IJCV 2015;
- Addressing Challenges of Task-Dependent Biases in Crowdsourcing via Joint Representations of Tasks, Workers, and Contributions, HCOMP 2015
- TxMiner: Identifying transmitters in real-world spectrum measurements, DySPAN 2015
- Quantum Nearest-Neighbor Algorithms for Machine Learning, QIC 2015
- Quantum Deep Learning, arXiv:1412.3489
- Inferring and Learning from Neuronal Correspondences, arXiv:1501.05973
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I am a researcher with the Adaptive Systems and Interaction Group at Microsoft Research, Redmond. These days I am specifically focusing on interactive machine learning. Broadly, I am interested in Machine Learning and Computer Vision with applications in User Modelling, Affective Computing and Computer-Human interaction scenarios.
I did a PhD at the MIT Media Lab and my Doctoral thesis looked at building Discriminative Models for Pattern Recognition with incomplete information (semi-supervised learning, imputation, noisy data etc.). Most of the earlier work focused on building new machine learning models for affect recognition. A significant part of that work involved automatic analysis of non-verbal behavior (e.g. Facial Action Analysis, see Master's thesis) and physiological responses. The earliest part of my research career tackled the problem of photorealistic facial animations to produce audio-visual speech.