Welcome To The

Stanford Vision and Learning Lab

The Stanford Vision and Learning Lab (SVL) at Stanford is directed by Professors Fei-Fei Li, Juan Carlos Niebles, Silvio Savarese and Jiajun Wu. We are tackling fundamental open problems in computer vision research and are intrigued by visual functionalities that give rise to semantically meaningful interpretations of the visual world.

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JackRabbot

JackRabbot

Our work at the SVL is making practical a new generation of autonomous agents that can operate safely alongside humans in dynamic crowded environments such as terminals, malls, or campuses. The Stanford “Jackrabbot”, which takes it name from the nimble yet shy Jackrabbit, is a self-navigating automated electric delivery cart capable of carrying small payloads.

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PAIR

Stanford People, AI & Robots Group (PAIR)

Stanford People, AI & Robots Group (PAIR) is a research group under the Stanford Vision & Learning Lab that focuses on developing methods and mechanisms for generalizable robot perception and control. We work on challenging open problems at the intersection of computer vision, machine learning, and robotics. We develop algorithms and systems that unify in reinforcement learning, control theoretic modeling, and 2D/3D visual scene understanding to teach robots to perceive and to interact with the physical world.

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ActivityNet

ActivityNet: A Large-Scale Video Benchmark for Human Activity Understanding

Our work at the SVL is making practical a new generation of autonomous agents that can operate safely alongside humans in dynamic crowded environments such as terminals, malls, or campuses. The Stanford “Jackrabbot”, which takes it name from the nimble yet shy Jackrabbit, is a self-navigating automated electric delivery cart capable of carrying small payloads.

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AI Assisted Care

Partnership in AI-Assisted Care.

The Partnership in AI-Assisted Care (PAC) is an interdisciplinary collaboration between the School of Medicine and the Computer Science department focusing on cutting edge computer vision and machine learning technologies to solve some of healthcare's most important problems.

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Visual Genome

Visual Genome

To achieve success at cognitive tasks, models need to understand the interactions and relationships between objects in an image. Visual Genome is a new dataset to connect dense, structured image concepts to language.

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About SVL

Our research addresses the theoretical foundations and practical applications of computational vision. We are focused on discovering and proposing the fundamental principles, algorithms and implementations for solving high-level visual perception and cognition problems involving computational geometry, automated image and video analysis, and visual reasoning. At the same time, our curiosity leads us to study the underlying neural mechanisms that enable the human visual system to perform high level visual tasks with amazing speed and efficiency.

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Fei-Fei Li

Fei-Fei Li

(publishes under L.Fei-Fei)

Sequoia Professor of Computer Science

Denning Co-Director

Stanford HAI

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Juan Carlos Niebles

Juan Carlos Niebles

 

Senior Research Scientist

Associate Director

Sail-Toyota Center for AI Research

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Silvio Savarese

Silvio Savarese

 

Associate Professor and Inaugural Mindtree Faculty Scholar at Stanford University

Director

Sail-Toyota Center for AI Research

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Jiajun Wu

Jiajun Wu

 

Assistant Professor

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