Computer Vision News - May 2024

27 Computer Vision News Kat Scott up being open source or touching open source in some capacity. Just like you can write a book, but all books or all music is sort of derivative work, in some sense, most software is a derivative work. I think it’s important that the body of work that we derive our work from is fully expressed, that there are all the things that you would want in it, and that we’re at the leading edge of capabilities. Is this important enough to dedicate some of the best years of your career? Oh, absolutely. My job has morphed in the past few years. I’m currently working at the job that I said would be the dream job for at least 10 years of my life. I tend to have one rule about working, which is I only do cool stuff, and usually, if I go somewhere, I already know what I’m doing next. This was a thing I wanted to do for a long time. Not only that, one of the roles I wanted to do for a long time. I think particularly robotics is this growing field. If you look at something like, say, the early days of the internet, there were a lot of open-source things, there were also some proprietary things, and the open-source nature of the early