James Pritts currently works in the Visual Recognition Group at the Center for Machine Perception at the Czech Technical University, where he is responsible for conducting innovative research in computer vision and machine learning. He is pursuing his PhD in computer science and his research focuses on modeling repeated content in images. Previously Mr. Pritts had an industry career in computer vision: He was a lead engineer at BAE Systems, where he contributed to several US Department of Defense computer-vision research efforts; at NASA, he created gesture-recognition software for remotely controlling the robotic arm of the International Space Station. Mr. Pritts received his BSc in Mathematics from the University of North Texas and his MSc in Computer Science from the Czech Technical University.

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