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2017 GTC San Jose

Alex Lee

Ph.D. Student, UC Berkeley

Speaker Bio

Alex X. Lee is a Ph.D. student in computer science at UC Berkeley, in Professor Pieter Abbeel's group and the Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research Lab. His current research interests are on robotic perception and control. His recent work has been on learning a visual dynamics model for robots and using this model for control and planning. In the past, Alex worked on the problem of learning from demonstrations, where a robot learns and generalizes from human demonstrations to accomplish a task, such as manipulating deformable objects.

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