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COVID-19 has been a major catalyst for transformation, accelerating the need to automate processes that have been traditionally paper based. Document understanding, leveraging the latest innovations in NLP and OCR techniques have been critical in supporting his transformation. In this talk, Dr. Amar Gupta will introduce the latest innovations happening in this domain at MIT CSAIL, the largest AI research lab at MIT with over 1000 researchers and 60 research groups. He will use examples from Telemedicine and Finance industry that can be broadly adopted for consumer services uses cases involving document undersetting and processing.
The talk is suitable for both technical as well as business audience. Considering the broad applications of Amar’s research, we expect this talk to be highly interactive with half the time reserved for Q&A.
About the speaker: Dr. Amar Gupta is a Principal Investigator and Scientist at MIT CSAIL, the largest AI research lab at MIT with over 1000 researchers and 60 research groups. He is a well-known author of numerous research publications and books, with thousands of citations (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amar_Gupta)
Dr. Gupta has spent the bulk of his career at MIT. He played the lead role in developing the patented AI-based technology for automated reading and processing of bank checks. After serving as Endowed Professor at another university and as Dean of Computer Science and Information Systems at a third university, he rejoined MIT. He has served as advisor to large companies and international agencies (including World Bank and World Health Organization) and possesses a rich and diverse portfolio of research which has played a significant role in nucleating several technologies that are in broad use today. At MIT, he is currently affiliated with the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), and the Institute for Medical Engineering & Science (IMES).