Akshay Bahadur’s interest in computer science sparked when he was working on a women's safety application aimed towards the women's welfare in India and since then he has been incessantly tackling social issues in India through technology. He is currently working alongside Google to make an Indian sign language recognition system (ISLAR) specifically aimed at running on low resource environments for developing countries. His ambition is to make valuable contributions towards the ML community and leave a message of perseverance and tenacity.
Akshay is one out of 8 Google Developers Expert (Machine Learning) from India along with being one of 150 members worldwide for the Intel Software Innovator program.
The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones Julius Caesar (Act III, Scene II)
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Facial Recognition using Facenet
Hindi Alphabet Recognition
Morse Code using OpenCV
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Google Developer Expert (Machine Learning)
Selected as a machine learning expert for research and development of tensoflow package.
Software Innovator (Artificial Intelligence)
Selected as a software innovator for researching in artificial intelligence and machine learning
SDE-I (Data Platform)
Part of Data platform team which comes under CPE. The work is mostly concentrated on various big data technologies
Software Engineer (xRay)
Part of xRay feature team. Responsible for several PoCs for Netcracker aimed at improving the overall performance of the product as a whole
Software Engineer (TFA)
Initially part of Traffic flow analyzer team and worked on TFA product for data collection and aggregation
Symbiosis Institute of Tech
B. Tech (CSE)
Completed my Bachelor's of Technology with specialization in Computer Science.