This Little Girl is Me!

This little girl wanted to travel all around the world and make a difference.  This little girl felt different growing up, and didn’t have many friends. However, she has always been fascinated with meeting interesting people, getting to know their stories and learning from them.  She was a very curious kid, always a million questionsContinue reading “This Little Girl is Me!”


TensorFlow is an end-to-end open source platform for machine learning. It has a comprehensive, flexible ecosystem of tools, libraries and community resources that lets researchers push the state-of-the-art in ML and developers easily build and deploy ML powered applications. TensorFlow Installation : Features of TensorFlow – It is optimized for speed, & makes useContinue reading “TensorFlow”

Can we Grow Inside our Comfort Zones?

Hey! Let’s take a minute now and think if we really can grow in the comfort zone, and if you are still in your comfort zone, what is it? To me personally, as I was an introvert growing up, I always refrained from trying anything – I used to go to school, come back homeContinue reading “Can we Grow Inside our Comfort Zones?”

The Neuroscience behind Trust

You might have noticed your brain ticking and giving you signals when someone is not trustworthy. I was pleasantly surprised to see its relationship with ventral striatum (which is a part of basal ganglia) of the brain, and stress hormones like cortisol and oxytocin. It’s all science, as I expected! “In the new study, participants thought they were playing anContinue reading “The Neuroscience behind Trust”

‘Personality Flaws’ and our Mental Health?

Personality weaknesses or character flaws cause mental health problems. People with mental health problems can snap out of it if they try hard enough.  That’s what someone said to me. Do you think that’s true? Well, first off. Every one has some or the other personality flaw (when we look at it from other people’sContinue reading “‘Personality Flaws’ and our Mental Health?”

AI and Neuroscience?

In my experience, one of the biggest opportunities for AI in the field of neuroscience is doing more biologically plausible research and creating a visual perception of the unique features of human cognition. That will lead us in understanding and knowing so much more about the human brain which still is a mystery to aContinue reading “AI and Neuroscience?”

Why I work on Python?

The reasons I love working with Python are: – It is so easy to code on Python (and even learn). Comprehensively understanding  and learn basic Python syntax is very easy, as compared to other popular languages like C, C++, and Java.  However, mastering the packages, concepts and modules will take some time. – Python is as simple toContinue reading “Why I work on Python?”