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Computer Vision Assisted System for the Visually Impaired using Mobile Edge AI

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Speaker

Jagadish Mahendran

Senior Software Engineer - AI/ML at Kutir Technologies

Who can attend?

Medical Professionals Assisting the Blind and Visually Impaired

Working Professionals in IT & IT-Enabled Industries

AI Career Aspirants and Enthusiasts

About the Speaker

Jagadish Mahendran is an AI and Perception Engineer with a background in deep learning, computer vision, unsupervised and reinforcement learning. He has developed perception systems for various kinds of robots including inventory robots and kitchen robots. He has won international AI competitions such as OpenCV Spatial AI competition and Animal AI Olympics. He is an inventor on various AI and robotics patents, and a regular reviewer of AI research articles. His focus is on creating AI solutions that can impact humanity in a meaningful way, and also to create awareness surrounding AI. Currently, he is involved with Mira, a team with a mission to develop a vision system for visually impaired people, to increase their involvement in daily activities.

July 10th, 2021 8:30 AM (EST)

Despite significant recent developments, visual assistance systems are still severely constrained by sensor capabilities, form factor, battery power consumption, computational resources, and the use of traditional computer vision algorithms. Current visual assistance systems cannot adequately perform complex computer vision tasks that entail deep learning. This webinar presents the design and implementation of a novel visual assistance system that employs deep learning and point cloud processing to perform advanced perception tasks on a cost-effective, low-power mobile computing platform.