Jamie Shotton, Wayve's Chief Scientist

Jamie Shotton

Jamie Shotton is the Chief Scientist at Wayve, a company pioneering AI technology to power self-driving vehicles.

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“I’ve been fascinated for many years by both the deep technical challenges and the opportunities for the positive impact that autonomous driving will bring. AVs are the natural next step in taking AI technology out of the lab to deliver real-world impact.”

About Jamie

Jamie leads Wayve’s AI strategy and our Science department. Science is our research team responsible for our core scientific advancements for autonomous driving and embodied AI more broadly.

Before Wayve, Jamie was Partner Director of Science at Microsoft and Head of Mixed Reality & AI Labs, where he played a pivotal role in developing Microsoft’s Kinect and HoloLens. With a PhD in computer vision from the University of Cambridge, Jamie is a highly accomplished researcher and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering in 2021.

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