About me I am more interested in building systems that are able to learn. Artificial intelligence is my interest and I spend most of my time. My undergrad was in electrical engineering but now I am doing work in artificial intelligence as part of my PhD. However, I am more excited when I build intelligent systems that can imitate/learn human behavior. As a result, I became more interested in neuroscience recently so that I can get more inspiration from the works in neuroscience field. I have experiences with hardware as well as software, but now my focus is more on the software side. If you want to get in touch with me send me email.
This link is to my GitHub page for some of the projects that I have been doing.
Image processing web journal. By following this link you can see some of the projects that I did in Image and Video processing topic.
HowTo On my spare time I am working on HowTo system, HowTo is an interpreter which takes a block of text, which we call a story, and converts it to a semi-textual, semi-visual representation. Inspired by the inefficiency of long convoluted instructions, we sought to create something that allows maximum productivity by transforming the dauntingly complex into simple, user-friendly guides. Powered by the Stanford Parser, HowTo is able to dissect a story and tag each word by assigning it its respective part of speech. Through this process, HowTo recognizes the essential part of each sentence in order to provide the user with a concise visual version of the story. Although HowTo is geared toward simplifying instructions, the idea behind it is limitless. Word-to-visual transformation is an invaluable idea that can be extended to fields such as education, medicine, business, and intelligent services. Students could input their notes and receive diagrams, pictures, and flowcharts to aid them in their studies. Doctor/patient relationships can extend from the hospital as a doctor can create a patient’s blood diagram by simply typing a paragraph. Presentations can be constructed from a text document, boosting a business’ efficiency by eradicating the tedious process of dragging and dropping images around in PowerPoint. It could even be used to extract threats from social media. Pair this idea with a machine-learning algorithm and the impact will be astounding. Check this link for a demo.
Fun For some fun you can play the 50 state game that I did as a project in NODE.JS class.