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Yair Alon


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I'm a staff software engineer in Google A.I. Perception interested in machine learning and computer vision.
My research ranges: Efficient Inference in Deep Models, Model Pruning, Compression, Anomaly Detection, Dense Prediction, and spans a wide range of computer vision problems such as image classification, semantic segmentation, and metric learning.
My research has been published in top-tier conferences such as CVPR, ECCV, and SIGGRAPH. Models using my work were deployed in major Google products such as Google Photos, Pixel Phone Camera, and Street View. I have a PhD in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University where was lucky to be co-advised by Yaser Sheikh and Takeo Kanade. More information at my Google Scholar Profile.

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