Larry Zitnick

Publications Talks Teaching Code Datasets

I'm a lead at Facebook AI Research in Menlo Park, and an affiliate associate professor at the University of Washington. My current areas of interest include object recognition, language and vision, and reasoning. For more details please see my publications page. I serve on the board of the Common Visual Data Foundation whose mission is to aid the computer vision community in creating datasets and competitions. Previously, I spent 12 great years at Microsoft Research, and obtained a PhD in Robotics from CMU's Robotics Institute.


Blog post on ELF OpenGo

Information about combating illegal imagery and PhotoDNA can be found here.

Curious what images are in the COCO dataset? See all 80k training images in this video:


See the same visualization using 80k random Flickr images:



UW CSE P 576: Computer Vision (2011)

Lecture (10/2014) on the history of object recognition (slides):




Visual Question Answering

Common Objects in COntext

Abstract scenes

MSR 3D video (break-dancing)

Professional Activities:

Webpage last updated 4/2018