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March 25, 2019 | By

Welcome to the LogMeIn AI Research Blog

For anyone who knows me, AI has been at the core of most of my professional life.  From tinkering with pre-ML AI in my teen years to starting Nanorep back in 2009 to now heading up AI research at LogMeIn – the research and development that goes into next generation AI technologies is certainly my passion.   

Which is why I am so excited to get this blog started.  As a regular speaker at industry events, I often get a chance to share my thoughts and opinions on the evolution of AI, but the LogMeIn AI Research blog is going to be a place where me and my colleagues get get a bit more technical and into more detail about a some of the great research we’re working on, best practices and practical applications for AI as well as our thoughts and opinions on how AI is propelling us all forward.   

As LogMeIn puts even more of our research and development efforts on AI across our company, my team is going to be focused on how to bring this innovative technology into the actual roadmap for our product portfolio.  This isn’t just about dreaming big on the far-reaching possibilities of AI (of course that is always a part of it), but also thinking about how we can leverage the capabilities of NLP, deep learning and speech recognition to take our market leading products to the next-level.  

I’m lucky enough to lead a team of researchers and engineers that I believe are some of the best in the business and this blog will give them a voice to discuss what really gets them excited about the work we are doing. 

Our first research-focused post will explore co-habitation, a tricky topicwith a technique we call Cross Domain Normalization.  My friend and colleague, Asi Shefer will dive deeper into the concept he, along with Prof. Michael Elhadad from Ben Gurion university, introduced.  It’s really compelling and I urge you all to take a look.   

Stay tuned for that blog and check back often for additional research topics.    


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