Alfred P. Sloan Fellow and Microsoft Faculty Fellow.
Ashutosh Saxena is the Founder and CEO of a high-tech startup Brain of Things. If you're upto taking a new challenge in engineering, systems, robotics, deep learning, or computer vision, drop me a note at: asaxena at cs dot stanford dot edu
Previously, Ashutosh spent four years as an assistant professor in Computer Science Department at Cornell University, where he founded Robot Learning Lab and co-founded Zibby. His vision is to build artificial intelligence for embodied systems such as robots, cars and homes. He received his PhD from Stanford University in Artificial Intelligence with Prof. Andrew Ng (advisor), Prof. Sebastian Thrun, Prof. Daphne Koller, and Prof. Stephen Boyd.
Hallucinating Humans: Learning Infinite Latent CRFs for 3D Perception and Mobile Manipulation.
Learning and Sharing Knowledge for Robots: RoboBrain, PlanIt and Brain4Cars
Deep Learning for Robotics Perception and Control.
Large-scale video mining for RoboBrain.
RoboBarista: Learning Maniplation Skills from Videos. The 50-years of Shakey at AAAI-RSS Blue Sky Ideas award, 2015.
Robot Manipulation. Doug James' PhD student in graphics, now assistant professor at Columbia University.
Tell Me Dave: Large-scale crowdsourcing for learning robot language.
Large-scale computer vision with Cascaded Classification Models. And aesthetics (with Prof. Tsuhan Chen)
3D Scene Understanding with Physics.