Hey there ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿฝ I am Ashutosh, a recent graduate

I am here to learn more and share whatever I know with the community, after all learning never stops! :man_student:

I recently graduated :mortar_board: with my Masters in Computer Science specializing in Machine Learning and now looking for jobs in the domain.

I am originally from India :india: and did all of my studies and worked as a Software Engineer :computer: in India before deciding to go for higher studies, landing here in Fairfax, VA :us:.

I like to cook :shallow_pan_of_food: and play video games :video_game:, and I am also learning to play the guitar :guitar:. Iโ€™d love to hear any suggestions to learn playing songs quickly though!

You can connect with me here: beacons.ai/ashutosh_pathak

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apathak,

Welcome to the family! Congratulations on your Masterโ€™s degree. That is a smart move. What part of the ML world are you interested in? I am interested in imaging, especially as it is used in medicine.

regards,

Katherine Moss
https://www.linkedin.com/pub/katherine-moss/3/b49/228

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Thanks Katherine!

Imaging in medicine has lots of great use cases! Do you have an experience in computer vision?

I am mostly interested in the Agentic workflow and autonomous use cases of LMs. My interest was in reinforcement learning but lately I have focused on LMs purely because I am looking for jobs as an international student (and its hard out there!).

apathak,

I apologize for not getting back with you for 2 weeks. A family member was ill, so I had to drop everything for a while. Good to be back.

To answer your question, I did a project where an A.I. model detected objects in images: bubbles and crystals of various sizes. The context was industrial processing. It was amazing that a model could learn to, for example, distinguish small particles from large. In my attempt to get experience in medicine, I am working on a model that detects skin cancers. We will see how it goes! I am considering taking the AI for Medicine Specialization. So many cool thing to do.

regards,

Katherine