Vision-Based Natural User Interfaces Keynote


July 19, 2011


Although computer vision continues to be a formidable computing challenge, vision techniques are maturing rapidly and finding their way into many applications—including natural user interfaces based on a visual understanding of scenes, actions, and 3-D data. Kristin Tolle chairs this keynote at Faculty Summit 2011, in which Rick Szeliski surveys computer vision technologies that were developed at Microsoft Research over the last decade, as well as ongoing challenges in the field.


Rick Szeliski

I lead the Interactive Visual Media Group at Microsoft Research, the research arm of Microsoft Corporation. I also have an Affiliate Professor appointment at the University of Washington.


  • Portrait of Rick Szeliski

    Rick Szeliski

    Distinguished Scientist/RM