Dr. Vanhoucke has recommended books in the following area:
🟡 Machine Learning
Vincent Vanhoucke is a Distinguished Scientist, and Senior Director for Robotics at Google. Prior to that, he lead Google Brain’s vision and perception research, and the speech recognition quality team for Google Search by Voice. He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and a Diplôme d’Ingénieur from the Ecole Centrale Paris. He grew up in France and now live in San Francisco.
Dr Vanhoucke’s work spans robotics, artificial intelligence and machine learning, audio and visual perception. He co-created the Conference on Robot Learning and teach Deep Learning on Udacity.
According to the Google Scholar he is a highly cited author in the areas of: Robotics, Machine Learning, Computer Vision and Speech Recognition. He has an h-index of 42 and close to 94,000 citations.
Dr. Vanhoucke also publishes regularily on Medium on a variety of subjects, both technical and nonetechnical. Here are some of his most liked articles on Medium:
- I ♡ Irreproducible Research Better Experimental Protocols for Real World Research, 2021
- Go Ahead, Change My (AI) Mind Agency as a missing ingredient in the AI Fairness debate, 2021
- The Paradox of Tolerance., 2020
- Managing Research Teams On Being a ‘Servant Leader’ in Research (2 parts), 2019
- The Class Every Reinforcement Learning Researcher Should Take What training dogs can teach you about RL, 2019
- So You Want to Be a Research Scientist Here’s what they don’t teach you in graduate school, 2019
- The Quiet Semi-Supervised Revolution Time to dust off that unlabeled data?, 2019
- My Data Science Horror Story Lessons I learned from a big text-to-speech model flub, 2018
- How to Fight Against Complexity Bias A simple machine learning principle for saving time, money, and energy, 2018
- Interpretability and Post-Rationalization What neuroscience teaches us about making machines accountable, 2018
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