I got masters degree in 2015 from the Saint-Petersburg University in Russia at the department of theoretical physics, with focus on particle production correlations in proton-proton collisions at the Large Hadron Collider in CERN.
After graduation I got accepted into MEXT scholarship and joined N-lab at the Graduate School of Science in Nagoya University first as a research student and later as a PhD student. I have switched from theoretical physics to experimental particle physics and was conducting a search for magnetically charged particles with Belle II at the SuperKEKB accelerator in Tsukuba, Ibaraki.
While still finishing my thesis, I have joined DeepX in 2020 following an internship there during summer of previous year.
Automation has always been one of the big drives of economies and civilization development. In recent years we have seen a surge in machine learning applications and public recognition of AI as the technology that will change the world and push it into the future.
Even though large scale repetitive labor intensive work has been already automated, e.g. at the factory assembly lines, there is still a lot of fields where robots have to be more adaptive in order to take over hard work from humans.
DeepX motto “Automate Any Machinery” signifies their aim to be in the front line of technological development and bring real change to the world around.
I strongly believe the future is unemployed. With more and more jobs taken over by machines, people will no longer have to work, but rather choose to work, as long as we don’t forget to push the governments to adapt to the new world.もっと読む
- Physics simulation of machines and their environment
- Reinforcement learning
- Social aspects of AI applications