Six months ago if you told me that I would gain some fluidity with Python, I would've said that you were joking and that there wouldn't be any possibility of that happening. Yet here I am, writing a blog post on the same thing - How I learnt to code. Now I know that a … Continue reading The story of how I learnt to code (My journey with Python)
A Machine Learning Model called 'Audeo' made by the University of Washington recreates the atmosphere of that of a musical concert. https://youtu.be/8rS3VgjG7_c The bliss of a concert is always about the way the notes are played on the instruments which transforms mere finger movement into something divine for our ears. The people at the University … Continue reading ‘Audeo’ teaches how to play the piano
A team from Feinstein Institute of Research thinks that AI can be a major key in helping patients with their rest schedules. Almost 95% of patients are actually disturbed during those few moments of sleep just because the nurse had to come in at "that moment" to take their vitals. And it's not just the … Continue reading Helping patients get some shut eye with the help of AI
On October 4th, I was given the opportunity to use Google Cloud for a period of 30 days to hone my skills in the cloud. And in return, I'd get skill badges from Google and eventually if I complete the track, I'd be able to win a T-Shirt from Google as a prize. For each … Continue reading 30 Days of Google Cloud – My Experience and Feedback
Ivan Smirnov, the Leading Research Fellow of the Laboratory of Computational Social Sciences at the Institute of Education of HSE University, has created a computer model that can distinguish the high achievers vs the low achievers using their social media posts. Using a range of parameters such as vocabulary, emojis, post length, word length, the … Continue reading Social Media predicting educational outcomes of students using AI technology
As you may all know, I'm not someone who has the background computer science experience from high school, like most people who take a computer science degree. Therefore, because of that reason, I decided to take a course in Python by the University of Michigan over the summer and prep my basic coding skills. The … Continue reading Finishing a Course in Python
So, recently I completed this course called Genes and the Human Condition on Coursera from the University of Maryland and boy, I gotta tell you, it was a whole new experience. Some of the given content was more at a high school level, if you had genetics in your bio syllabus and some of it … Continue reading Genes and the Human Condition – From Behavior to Biotechnology : A course that I recently completed
According to a study that was conducted, offsprings of older mothers don’t fare as well as younger mothers, both humans and other species. This has been a longstanding question upon evolutionary traits amongst scientists. Through a new study on rotifers, scientists tested the evolutionary fitness of an older mother in several real and simulated environments, … Continue reading Why are the offspring of older mothers less fit to live long and prosper?
Humans have three blood groups- A, B and O. According to previous studies, it was said that Type A blood had higher risks of catching COVID-19 and Type O blood had the least risk. Now according to a study conducted last week, the early findings and conclusions about the probability of a certain blood group … Continue reading Are Blood Types a causative factor to make us vulnerable to COVID-19?
Yesterday, I received my AWS Technical Professional Accreditation which puts me a step further on my journey to cloud computing. I have to admit that the first three modules of the course were pretty hard, given that they run through a bunch of products and services related to the AWS Cloud, but the next three … Continue reading Another Accreditation Earned in Cloud Computing