eBay Uses Computer Vision to Enable Sellers to Create Cleaner Images
We built an algorithm that lets users change the background of their listing photos.
Ellis Luk is a Product Manager with eBay, focused on the Mobile Seller Experience.
Prior to joining the eBay team, Ellis held a number of product-focused positions with Amazon and SaRA, a health tech startup. Through these roles, she gained a wide breadth of experience driving activation strategies that synthesize customer insights, developing product roadmaps and managing projects for bespoke products.
Ellis received a Bachelor of Arts in Advertising from Penn State University and a Masters of Business Administration from UCLA Anderson School of Management.
A web browser extension identifies graphic objects from images or video being presented by a web browser. Webpages related to the graphic objects are identified. Web links that facilitate navigation to the webpages are embedded over an area of the image corresponding to the identified graphic image. Where the graphic objects are identified within video, the web links are progressively embedded within graphic object boundaries of the graphic object as the graphic objects move locations during progression of the video. In this way, a user is able to interact with graphic objects of images and video to navigate to webpages related to the graphic objects. Some implementations provide a webpage redirect command at a stop point of the video so that the user can interact with graphic objects while the video is playing and without interrupting the video.