Benjamin Sho
Benjamin Sho is a Computer Science honours student at the University of New South Wales. He is interested in various artificial intelligence topics. During a vacation studentship at CSIRO’s Data61, he created JARVAIIS: Joint Augmented Reality Video Analytics and Artificial Intelligence Supervision, a framework which explores the potential of augmented reality to foster two-way human-AI interactions. His current honours thesis research topic involves using augmented reality and stereophotogrammetry to detect and display holograms to reflect changes in the positions of objects in a room.