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STRADVISION welcomes Jack Sim as new Chief Technology Officer

Sim brings experience from roles at Google and Waymo to his new position at STRADVISION

STRADVISION, an AI-based vision perception technology company, has announced the appointment of Jack Sim as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Sim will lead STRADVISION’s very talented team behind the tech while working directly with fellow executives to implement and integrate their award-winning SVNet software across various automotive OEM and Tier-1 partners.

With over a decade of software engineering experience, Jack Sim’s prior work has included the role of staff software engineer at Google Research and Waymo, as well as contributions to academia through various activities. During his tenure at Google, Sim led a team responsible for developing a technology that provides fine-grained object recognition capability for a large-scale image database. During his time at Waymo, Sim was responsible for a machine learning (ML) model for the company’s autonomous truck product line.

Sim is also recognized as one of the world experts in the deep-learning visual feature and its application. The public dataset (Google Landmarks), developed by Sim and his team, has also been established as one of the standard benchmarks in the large-scale visual recognition field.

Sim studied at Seoul National University and his postgraduate education resulted in a master’s degree in Computer and Information Science from the University of Pennsylvania.

“STRADVISION has had a real impact within the autonomous vehicle space, and the company’s long-term ambitions to accelerate the innovations toward Software-defined Vehicle in automotive industry was a major draw for me to join their team,” said new STRADVISION’s CTO Jack Sim. “I look forward to being part of that vision and helping STRADVISION continue its pursuit of the highest and safest levels of perception technology.”

“STRADVISION has significantly grown in scale in the last few years, and we are at the point where it is necessary to introduce ADAS Level 4 technology to the mass production stage, in addition to developing general-purpose technology beyond the automotive area,” said STRADVISION’s CEO Junhwan Kim. “Jack’s strong track record of computer vision technology innovation and ML model development will be a great contribution to the realization of STRADVISION’s future, which is ‘Vision AI for All.’”


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