Lisa is with the Software Engineering and Design Practice, StackUp program for National University of Singapore, Institute of Systems Science (NUS-ISS).
Lisa has multiple years of extensive experience in software product research and development at Microsoft Corporation (USA). Her background includes writing and delivering operating systems code, building and deploying web services, and also building AI systems in recent years.
At Microsoft, Lisa has led and participated in many interesting projects including the Microsoft Embedded Learning Library, involved compressing and deploying computer vision and machine learning algorithms on tiny devices. While part of the Windows product team, Lisa delivered operating system features such as a unified sensors API and driver stack, the Media Transfer Protocol stack, and geo-fencing capabilities on Windows OneCore.
Before Microsoft, Lisa had a stint at Nuance Communications (USA) as an Embedded Software Engineer, working on small footprint text to speech systems.
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