Shamane is a Master’s Student at the University Of Auckland. Prior to this, he completed his bachelor's degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University Of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka in 2016. His primary interest is towards the application of Deep Learning, Deep Reinforcement Learning and Adversarial Learning Methods in designing more human-like Artificial Intelligent Agents.
He has a strong knowledge and two years of work experience in applying state of the art deep learning methods in Computer Vision and Natural Language Processing.
Shamane Loves Dogs and Playing The Guitar :)
Research Interest - Application of Deep Reinforcement Learning and Generative Adversarial Training methods to design Assistive AI Agents / Human-Computer Interaction
Siriwardhana, S., Kaluarachchi, T., Billinghurst, M. and Nanayakkara, S., 2020. Multimodal Emotion Recognition With Transformer-Based Self Supervised Feature Fusion. IEEE Access, 8, pp.176274-176285.
Siriwardhana, S., Reis, A., Weerasekera, R., and Nanayakkara, S. 2020 Jointly Fine-Tuning “BERT-Like” Self Supervised Models to Improve Multimodal Speech Emotion Recognition. Proc. Interspeech 2020, 3755-3759
Siriwardhana, S., Weerasekera, R. and Nanayakkara, S. (2018). Target Driven Visual Navigation with Hybrid Asynchronous Universal Successor Representations. Deep RL Workshop NeurIPS 2018.
Boldu, R., Dancu, A., Matthies, D. J.C., Buddhika, T., Siriwardhana, S., & Nanayakkara, S. (2018). FingerReader2. 0: Designing and Evaluating a Wearable Finger-Worn Camera to Assist People with Visual Impairments while Shopping. In Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies, 2(3), 94. ACM.