I’m Sean Kirmani <firstname.lastname@example.org>, an AI researcher and entrepreneurial engineer.
I am currently an AI researcher at Google Brain working on problems in vision, language, and robotics.
I was previously an early ML engineer at Everyday Robots, an Alphabet Company that graduated from X (formerly Google[x]). I worked on vision-language models, few-shot learning, camera detectors, lidar detectors, and 3D object trackers.
I also did a stint in augmented reality where I worked on image-based lighting with the Project Tango team at Google VR/AR.
I graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. I spent four years as an AI research assistant with various professors in the Robotics Lab at UT Austin.
I enjoy working on all things AI — with a bent towards perception and language. I’m most interested about generative models for vision and text. Most of all, I’m interested in using AI to improve the society in practical ways. A summary of my technical interests are below:
My résumé is available if you want to be all, like, formal and stuff, dude.