How to “connect disconnected” with AI, ML & NLP? (with Tanmay Bakshi)
May 9, 2020
In this episode, we connect the dots with AI, ML & NLP.
We have AI for epidemic prediction but it fails, we have AI for drug research, but people use drugs from 1970s, we have AI for smart cities, but city notifications and analytics don’t work correctly. Why sometimes we are not able to connect technology and real-world problems? How to find criteria, logic and balance beyond lines of code?
Today’s conversation with Tanmay Bakshi, a coding prodigy, author of 3 books, including “Hello Swift”, “Julia for beginners”, “Cognitive Computing with IBM Watson” and expert developer known for his work with organizations like IBM and Google.
Over our conversation, we explore the logic and philosophy behind coding, machine learning and technology as tools to shape the world. We talk about how to become a developer under 10 (not because it’s “must skill”, but because it’s funny and you can do it easily), best coding languages for beginners (not because something is more trendy, but because it’s more intuitive and seamless as a creator’s tool), IBM Watson and cognitive computing, AI and real-world problems, open-source software and platforms, edutainment and education that could inspire more inventors and creators.
Topics & timeline
How to become a developer under 10
Best coding languages
How long is to learn to code
IBM Watson and cognitive computing
AI, ML, NLP and real-world problems
Open-source software and platforms
Fake news and social networks
Edutainment and YouTube
Education and homeschooling
How to connect disconnected with AI
This episode is related to AI for good and inventors Under 18. Do you work on something similar?Let’s connect.