Lead Data Scientist, Farfetch
George is a Lead Data Scientist at Farfetch, pursuing his vision of reimagining retail to create a smart and personalized shopping experience. He focuses on the intersection of machine learning and knowledge representation (knowledge graphs) to build novel solutions that can improve the customer search and browsing experience.
Previously, his lifelong fascination with artificial intelligence and fashion led him to become an innovator in research on computer vision for visual clothing search and augmented reality fitting room on mobile devices.
He is actively contributing to open source projects, and methods that he implemented are now used for popular mobile apps. In his spare time, he enjoys giving seminars on the practical applications of data science and machine learning.
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