Anirudh Koul is a senior data scientist at Microsoft Research and the founder of Seeing AI, a talking camera app for the blind community. Anirudh brings over a decade of production-oriented applied research experience on petabyte-scale datasets, with features shipped to about a billion people. An entrepreneur at heart, he has run ministartup teams within Microsoft, prototyping ideas using computer vision and deep learning techniques for augmented reality, productivity, and accessibility and building tools for communities with visual, hearing, and mobility impairments. A regular at hackathons, Anirudh has won close to three dozen awards, including top-three finishes for four years consecutively in the world’s largest private hackathon, with 18,000 participants. Some of his recent work, which IEEE has called “life changing,” has been showcased at a White House event, on Netflix, and in National Geographic and received awards from the American Foundation for the Blind and Mobile World Congress.
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