CodingMentor is a webapp powered by GPT3 by OpenAI This app aims to help teenage students learn how to code in Python. It helps with both theoretical questions as well with code snippets. Check out this demo video to better understand it’s working: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OdTrfSSQzHc5Aqi-BDb2VacWMTYQV63a/view?usp=sharing
Batch Barcode Scanning
At my internship at Walmart Labs, I was worked as a Software Development Intern, part of the Supply Chain Technology team. I developed numerous Android and Cordova applications which were used in the Distribution Centers and aimed at reducing time taken to process per case. One of the applications was meant to scan multiple barcodesContinue reading “Batch Barcode Scanning”
SubCrowd is a platform for trading streaming services like Netflix, Hulu etc with people. The user is able to swipe right the people he / she wants to trade the services with and then can chat with them to further know them before exchanging any data. Android app currently live on Google Play Store :Continue reading “Sub Crowd”
Human Emotion detector
I love working with ML models and have written various articles explaining some of them. I developed an emotion detection model using CNN as part of my academic project. Github We used MMI datasets for testing our models and tried different ML models including GNB, LR and SVM. Overall for videos, CNN performed much betterContinue reading “Human Emotion detector”
I developed an Android app used for Screen mirroring your android device on any connected TV. The app is pretty simple and uses an inbuilt android feature under it’s hood. Read more about it here. Here is the Github repo.
What: I worked on Looking Glass, a Data Mining and Visualization tool developed for storing and analyzing views from social media networks and identifying disinformation spread on social media and find accounts spreading it. McCain Institute (ASU) developed their report on “Tracking and Refuting Disinformation in Georgia” using the tool. Where: I developed the toolContinue reading “Looking Glass”