- January 1, 1986
- San Francisco
Joseph Huang is a computer science graduate student at Stanford University with research expertise in the fields of robotics, A.I., and specifically computer perception.
As part of the undergraduate co-op education program at the University of Waterloo in Canada, Joseph has industry experience in the fields of robotics, computer vision, software development, web development, integrated circuits, finance, telecom, and embedded systems.
Joseph is currently involved in research on signal-strength based simultaneous localization and mapping.
|Mar 8, 2017||TechCrunch - StartX, the accelerator for Stanford-affiliated entrepreneurs, gets a new CEO|
|Mar 25, 2013||Tech2 - Apple gears up to go indoors, acquires GPS-mapping startup WiFiSLAM - Tech2|
|Mar 25, 2013||TechWeek Europe - Apple Acquires Indoor Map Startup WifiSLAM|
|Mar 25, 2013||eWeek - Apple Buys Indoor Mapping Startup WiFiSLAM for $20 Million: Report|
|Mar 25, 2013||ZD Net - Apple confirms acquisition of WiFiSlam|
|Mar 24, 2013||TechCrunch - Apple Acquires Indoor GPS Startup WiFiSlam For $20M|
|Mar 23, 2013||Venture Beat - Apple buys indoor-GPS startup WifiSlam for $20M|
|Mar 23, 2013||Patently Apple - Apple Acquires Impressive Indoor Location Startup - Patently Apple|