Before re-joining CSIRO, Dr. Jiajun Liu used to lead a software company that provides AI-driven software solutions to the banking industry. In particular, they employ a series of technologies including NLP, OCR, knowledge graph, reasoning, to help the banks simplify and automate their document review processes.  They also created multiple AI Workflow/Dev-Ops platforms to reduce the labelling/model development, evaluation, deployment/full stack customisation costs. In this presentation Jiajun will share their technologies, use cases, software practice and reflections.


Dr. Jiajun Liu is now a Science Leader in CSIRO's Data61, and a Principal Research Scientist in the Distributed Sensing Systems Group. He received his PhD/BEng from the University of Queensland, Australia, and Nanjing University, China, in 2013 and 2006, respectively. He worked as an Associate Professor in AI with the Renmin University of China before joining CSIRO, and co-founded a start-up that develops AI-driven software systems and solutions for major banks, e-commerce platforms, etc. From 2006 to 2008, he also worked as a Researcher/Software Engineer with IBM China Research/ Development Labs on supercomputing. He also serves as a reviewer/TPC member for numerous international journals and conferences. Dr. Liu’s research focuses on Machine Learning, in particular in Multimedia Retrieval, Computer Vision, Graph Learning, and Distributed Learning.

Speaker: Dr Jiajun Liu, Distributed Sensing Systems Group, Data61
Seminar Date: Wed, 10/03/2021 - 13:30
Host: Prof Shazia Sadiq


Building 49-502
Advanced Engineering Building Seminar Room