Newtonian Fractal on http://usefuljs.net/fractals/.
Hey Hackers! I’m Emil Bogomolov and I’m a Research Engineer at the best Russian University, Skoltech.
First of all, a huge thank you to the HackerNoon community and staff for nominating me for a few 2021 Noonies awards!
I’ve been nominated in the following categories please do check out these award pages and vote:
As someone in the AI industry, I believe that the most exciting technology of the present is deep learning because it helps to solve problems in various domains, for example even protein folding.
Learn more about my thoughts and opinions on AI and my journey in the tech industry via the interview below.
I do research and development in the field of Computer Vision (CV).
I work a lot with 2D data (images, videos) and 3D data (point clouds, meshes, voxels).
Understanding visual data is my main interest, and by understanding, I mean to teach a machine to see things.
The research mostly consists of experimenting with different approaches to apply the deep neural networks (written on PyTorch/TensorFlow) to solve some tasks (for example making a segmentation of a human body on the video or classifying to which type of furniture correspond to this particular 3D scan).
I graduated with MS in Applied Math and I had had always wanted to use the knowledge I got in the university in my everyday work.
This goal is kind of achieved, I do mathematical modeling sometimes. But mostly my work is experimenting with existing tools.
I am very passionate about AlphaFold and other protein folding algorithms, I believe that it might give a huge boost to treat an extensive number of diseases.
Also, I’m very passionate about Open Insulin this project is not about programming but might also save a lot of lives around the globe.
I am really worried about neural chips on our laptops and smartphones.
For now, I don’t see any other purpose of using them but manufacturer to analyze the data we use/store on our devices.
I’d invest in telemedicine startups that make doctor appointments cheaper for end-user. I’d invest in renewable energy companies, in particular in the research of better solar energy storage.
And I’d donate some of this money to Russian education organizations for children to see a world full of opportunities.
I am learning a lot simultaneously: a little bit of C++ to write efficient code, a little bit of Hydra to manage my experiments, I also study design patterns from the Head First book and Kubernetes book…
I don’t know how to answer this. It depends on the result that person have regarding my advice :)
Work with those who have something new to teach me.
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