Her research interests are in computer vision and machine learning for human-computer interaction and smart interfaces. At NVIDIA, she has invented technologies for gaze estimation, 2D and 3D head pose estimation, hand gesture recognition, face detection, video stabilization and GPU-optimized libraries for mobile computer vision. Her research over that past several years has pushed the envelope of human-computer interaction in cars and has led to the development of NVIDIA’s innovative DriveIX product for smart AI-based automotive interfaces for future generations of cars.