I am a Research Scientist at Google working on the intersection of computer vision and machine learning, with specific interests in self-supervised learning, semantic segmentation, domain adaptation, image generation, video and scene analysis. My interests also include reinforcement learning for robotics, along with imitation learning and policy adaptation. Prior to joining Google, I did my PhD from University of California, Riverside on learning from limited supervision for static and dynamic tasks in computer vision and robotics.
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