Otavio Good demonstrates how Word Lens (part of Google Translate) uses machine learning to detect and translate printed text and explores various other machine learning concepts and their significance.
Otavio Good is a software engineer at Google Translate, where he works on machine learning and computer vision. Previously, Otavio founded Quest Visual (acquired by Google in 2014). Quest Visual made the smartphone app Word Lens, the first real-time augmented reality translation app. He is also the cofounder of video game company Secret Level (acquired by Sega in 2006), which became Sega Studios San Francisco. Otavio loves working on side projects related to computers, math, science, and technology and led All Your Shreds Are Belong to US, the team that won the 2011 DARPA Shredder Challenge.
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