I’m currently remotely working as a Visiting Undergraduate Research Intern at Harvard University’s Visual Computing Group under professor Hanspeter Pfister. I will be working to help build the next generation high-throughput computational electron microscope by using deep learning to enhance the imageing capabilities.

I also recently became a FastAI International Fellow.

In my free time, I am a part-time AI Researcher in a Space-tech startup (Pixxel) where I work on using unsupervised and supervised deep models to gather insights from satellite imagery. I was previously a Team Lead for the AI team at Pixxel.

Alongside Pixxel, I am currently a pre-final year MSc. (Hons.) Mathematics student in Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India.

I like tackling big, high impact problems. One such problem I believe in is making AI accessible. I am greatly influenced by Jeremy Howard’s (Co-Founder, Fast.ai) approach to AI and my belief in making AI accessible stems from Fast.ai’s core philisophy of making neural nets uncool again.

P.S.: The About Me page hasn’t been updated in a while. It’s on my TODO!