Our world-class team at Uber AI Labs pursues fundamental research in machine learning and connects cutting-edge advances to the broader business. Machine learning is essential to our business, and we are therefore fully committed to the pursuit of fundamental advances and vigorous engagement with the broader machine learning community.
Cameras provide a unique insight into the complex world Uber operates in. Our mission is to drive product differentiation and business efficiencies at Uber using visual data. We work together with product teams to develop state of the art computer vision and machine learning solutions.
Our mission is to make all Uber interactions as natural as talking to a friend! We deliver cutting-edge Conversational AI solutions to product teams across Uber, working with other AI teams and business units.
We believe sensors tell a story. Our goal is to leverage sensors as a source of truth and develop algorithms to solve our users' top pain points. The team has improved features like crash detection, enhanced location accuracy innovations, and even sent phone mounts to drivers for safer driving.
To make research into understanding deep RL easier to conduct, by creating and open sourcing a repository of trained Atari Learning Environment agents along with tools to understand and analyze their behavior.
Uber AI Labs introduces the Paired Open-Ended Trailblazer (POET), an algorithm that leverages open-endedness to push the bounds of machine learning.
Ever thought of making CNNs for image classification smaller, faster, and more accurate, by simply hacking the JPEG codec? Also included are surprising insights about frequency space and color information as they relate to network architecture design.
Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) have achieved impressive feats in realistic image generation and image repair. At Uber, GANs have myriad potential applications, including strengthening our machine learning (ML) models against adversarial attacks, learning simulators for traffic, ride requests or demand patterns over time.
In deep reinforcement learning (RL), solving the Atari games Montezuma’s Revenge and Pitfall has been a grand challenge. Today we introduce Go-Explore, a new family of algorithms capable of achieving scores over 2,000,000 on Montezuma’s Revenge and scoring over 400,000 on average!
Uber held its first open source summit on November 15, 2018, inviting members of the open source community for presentations given by experts on some of the projects we have contributed in the fields of big data, visualization, machine learning, and front-end web application building.
We are delighted to welcome Jan Pedersen to Uber AI. Jan has a tremendous amount of experience in technology and science leadership roles, having served as Chief Scientist for Core Search at Microsoft, VP for Data Science at Twitter, and most recently, Chief Scientist at eBay. He joins Uber as a Distinguished Scientist and will help us navigate and grow our AI and machine learning efforts.