Dr. Amarjot Singh is a postdoctoral fellow under the guidance of Prof. James McClelland in the PDP lab at Stanford University, USA. Singh is also part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and HRL Laboratories's Super Turing Evolving Lifelong Learning ARchitecture (STELLAR) where he is attempting to develop a framework for Artificial General Intelligence (AGI).

 

Prior to joining Stanford, Singh received his doctorate in Artificial Intelligence (Deep Learning) from the University of Cambridge, UK in 2018. He has also been collaborating with researchers at several other institutions including Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA, Harvard University, USA, Brown University, USA, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore, INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France, University of Bonn, Germany, Simon Fraser University, Canada, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India, and NIT Warangal, India.

 

Singh is primarily interested in understanding and replicating the learning aspect of human intelligence: our ability to rapidly learn so much about the world from few relevant experiences as well as infer causal relations that extend beyond these experiences. His research on 'Disguised Face Identification' and 'Aerial Violent Activity Detection System' gained international attention and was covered by several media houses including the BBC World News,  UK, NBC TV Network, USA, ABC Radio, Australia, RNZ Radio, New Zealand, Telegraph, UK, Discovery Channel, Canada, Seeker, Science, New Scientist, The Cover of the Economist, Vice, Inc., Verge, MIT Technology Review, The Register, Quartz, Fast Company, Mashable,  etc.

 

More information can be found in my CV. My publications can be found on Google_Scholar

Contact Information:

450 Serra Mall,

Stanford, CA 94305

Email: as2436@stanford.edu

Selected Interviews and Talks

Interview with BBC World News, UK about our Aerial Violent Activity Detection System

Panel Discussion on AI at the Carnegie India, Global Technology Summit, 2018

Interviews about our work on 'Aerial Violent Activity Detection System'

Interview with BBC World News, UK

Discovery Channel's Seeker

Interviews about our work on 'Disguised Face Identification '

Digital Trends Magazine

Discovery Channel's Daily Planet

Discovery Channel's Seeker

BBC Radio

ABC Radio

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Cover of The Economist

India Book of Record

Additional Press Coverage

My paper on Disguised Face Identification was picked up by the Media

Tech Websites

News Websites

Tech Websites

News Websites

My paper on 'Aerial Violent Activity Detection System' was picked up by the Media