Shih-Yao (Mike) Lin is an Applied Scientist at Amazon, within the Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), working on large scale Vision-Language Model Pre-training and Zero-shot Prediction. Prior to joining Amazon, he worked at Sony as a Senior Research Scientist, within the R&D Center US Lab from October 2021 to July 2022, focusing on 3D Character Motion Generation for Games. From April 2018 to August 2021, he worked at Tencent America as a Senior Researcher, specializing in Human Pose Estimation and Motion Analysis. he also served as a Postdoctoral Researcher at Bosch from May 2017 to March 2018, contributing to projects involving Sensor-based Hand Gesture Detection.
His research interests revolve around the intersection of Computer Vision and Deep Multimodal Learning. Lately, he have worked on advancing large-scale Visual-Language models, with a special emphasis on pre-training and zero-shot prediction
2023-06-02: One paper was accepted by IJCAI'23 Workshop on Spatio-Temporal Reasoning and Learning (STRL)
2022-08-08: Join Amazon as an Applied Scientist
2022-04-22: One paper was accepted by IJCAI'22
2021-10-15: One paper was accepted by BMVC'21
2021-09: Join Sony as a Sr. Research Scientist
2020-11-02: Two papers were accepted by WACV'21
2020-07-25: One paper was accepted by ACM Multimedia'20
2019-12-08: Our Artificial intelligence apps for Parkinson's patient evaluation was reported by BBC.
2019-09-16: One paper was accepted by WACV'20 (First Round Early Accepted)
2019-07-01: One paper was accepted by BMVC'19
2019-05-09: We launched our Parkinson’s AI clinical trial in London, UK, and it was reported by Parkinson’s Life
2019-01-21: Our work entitled "A Pilot Study to Evaluate the Severity of Motor Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease Based on AI Video Analysis" has been registered in US NIH-registered Clinical Trial
2018-09-03: One paper was accepted by BMVC'18