Internship: Human Activity Prediction

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States · CV · 1287 expand job description ↓


MERL is looking for a self-motivated intern to work on problems related to human action recognition and anticipation. The ideal candidate would be a PhD student with a strong mathematical background in machine learning and computer vision. The candidate must have prior experience in using deep learning on human poses (2D/3D). Working knowledge of generative adversarial networks and deep learning methods for video understanding will be a plus. Proficiency in Python and flexibility in using diverse deep learning software (TensorFlow, Pytorch, Keras, etc.) is expected. The internship is for 3 months with flexible start date.

Research Areas: Computer Vision

Contact: Anoop Cherian

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