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Ashwini Ashokan is helping touch billions of lives with her tryst with Artificial Intelligence. Watch this video in which she speaks about it.
Ashwini Asokan is helping touch billions of lives with her tryst with Artificial Intelligence. She tells us why we need to get tech savvy NOW!
The quote by Matt Mullenweg, ‘Technology is best when it brings together people’, highlights the pivotal role technology is playing to unite the people across the world. It is the greatest blessing of this century.
People residing even in the remotest parts of the world, are not shying away from using it as a tool to enhance the quality of their lives. The gamut of opportunities technology offers is the reason why so many entrepreneurs take the plunge in this field.
One such entrepreneur who envisions bringing Artificial Intelligence to a billion people is Ashwini Asokan, the co-founder of Mad Street Den.
Ashwini Asokan believes in the power of technology and aims at impacting the lives of billions of people. She leads a team of data scientists, fashion designers, product designers, neuroscientists and computer vision intelligence engineers who work in a highly collaborative environment to create an uber cool end user experience. Ashwini is one of those very few entrepreneurs who dared to experiment with artificial intelligence and emerged successful. An insatiable hunger to grow by taking up challenges everyday is her mantra of success.
A mother of two, Ashwini is an ardent believer of the fact that only a spurt in opportunities for women can elevate their status in the society. Inspired by women who work on startups and strike the right chord between professional and personal lives, she hopes to see more and more women coming up to prove their mettle in different fields.
Watch Ashwini Asokan’s video and acquaint yourself with the colossal impact technology can have on one’s life.
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I wanted to scream with excitement that my daughter chose to write about her ambition and aspirations over everything else first. To me, this was one of those parenting 'win' moments.
My daughter turned eight years old in January, and among the various gifts she received from friends and family was an absolutely beautiful personal journal for self-growth. A few days ago, she was exploring the pages when she found a section for writing a letter to her future self. She found this intriguing and began jotting down her thoughts animatedly.
My curiosity piqued and she could sense it immediately. She assured me that she would show me the letter soon, and lo behold, she kept her word.
I glanced at her words, expecting to see a mention of her parents in the first sentence. But, to my utter delight, the first thing she had written about was her AMBITION. Yes, the caps here are intentional because I want to scream with excitement that my daughter chose to write about her ambition and aspirations over everything else first. To me, this was one of those parenting ‘win’ moments.
Uorfi Javed has been making waves through social media, and is often the target of trolls. So who and what exactly is this intriguing young woman?
Uorfi Javed (no relation to Javed Akhtar) is a name that crops up in my news feeds every now and again. It is usually because she got trolled for being in some or other ‘daring’ outfit and then posting those images on social media. If I were asked, I would not be able to name a single other reason why she is famous. I am told that she is an actor but I would have no frankly no clue about her body of work (pun wholly unintended).
So is Urfi Javed (or Uorfi Javed as she prefers) famous only for being famous? How does she impact the cause of feminism by permitting herself to be objectified, trolled, reviled?
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