I am currently employed as a research scientist in the Amazon SageMaker service team. For obvious reasons, some of the work that is performed while being employed by AWS will not be made public here. The duties in this role involve the research and development of computer vision algorithms that are general and customer-specific. Some of the work that is already launched or made public from my role with me as primary author are linked in the external artifacts tab.
I was fortunate enough to work on the Amazon SageMaker RL project for re:Invent 2018. One of the pieces that I was involved with was Neural Network Compression using Reinforcement Learning.
I work on developing Amazon SageMaker Built-in Computer-Vision Algorithms. In this effort, I was involved in developing several algorithms. Personally, I was involved in the Amazon SageMaker Object Detection and the Amazon SageMaker Semantic Segmentation algorithms.
I also often contribute to @aws, @dmlc and @awslabs open-source repositories in relation with the work to AWS Sagemaker. Apart from simple issues, I have written several Sagemaker Example notebooks and have contributed to the Sagemaker python SDK.