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Fairness and bias in computer vision

Olga Russakovsky (Princeton University)
11:05am–11:45am Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Models and Methods
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Olga Russakovsky

Princeton University

Olga Russakovsky is an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at Princeton University, where her research focuses on computer vision closely integrated with machine learning and human-computer interaction. In addition to her research, Olga cofounded the Stanford AI Laboratory’s outreach camp SAILORS to educate high school girls about AI and cofounded and serves as a board member of the AI4ALL foundation, dedicated to educating a diverse group of future AI leaders. She was awarded the PAMI Everingham Prize as one of the leaders of the ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge and the NSF Graduate Fellowship and was recognized by MIT Technology Review as one of its “35 under 35” innovators. She holds a PhD from Stanford University, after which she completes a postdoctoral fellowship at Carnegie Mellon University.

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Robert Cohen | SENIOR FELLOW
04/11/2018 1:23pm EDT

I am helping a firm from Italy get a better idea of how a medium-sized business could expect to use AI and ML in manufacturing. Would you be going over material that would provide some insight into this or will you focus on more technical subjects?