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“He absorbs knowledge like a sponge,” IBM Watson’s chief technology officer Rob High tells CNBC, “and is highly driven to learn even more about #deeplearning & #AI.”

Read about Tanmay Bakshi, 14-year-old self taught #ArtificialIntelligence expert for IBM:
cnbc.com/2018/01/25/how…
“I’m really passionate about #AI, and I’m excited to share my knowledge with the rest of the community,” Bakshi explains.
“Why should other people need to rediscover fire or reinvent the wheel just because I didn’t want to share what I had already done?”
His expertise in #AI has already garnered him praise.
After speaking at the 2017 Knowledge Summit in Dubai, he was given the Knowledge Ambassador Award from the King of Dubai’s Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation.
He's also an IBM Cloud champion & an honorary Cloud adviser
Tanmay Bakshi's latest work deals heavily with the neural network, a computer system modeled on the human brain and nervous system...
Although there have been many AI naysayers within the last year, Bakshi contests the notion that AI will lead to humanity’s downfall.
To the contrary, he says that AI is going to “augment our lives.”
The teen points to a healthcare-based project he’s currently involved with called the Cognitive Story.

The project is led by @IBM business partners Darwin Ecosystem, an #artificialintelligence design firm, cognitive computing company Not So Rocket Science and his mentor Rob High
Good Morning!
Have a Tanmay-ish day.

#MondayMotivation
#ArtificialIntelligence #TakeAISerious 😎✌️
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