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March 2018 was a month that had a deep impact on how the society looks at technology. The Cambridge Analytica scandal and, the fatality of a pedestrian after being mowed down by a self-driving Uber together spelled the dark side of technology. While the two incidents might seem disjoint, I’d say they have a common theme, a corporate giant exploiting the relatively fuzzy legalities governing upcoming technological advances. The former got widespread media coverage, while the latter seemed to be brushed under the carpet under the excuse of accidents happen. And yes, accidents do happen, but there’s a thin line between accidents and negligence, which will be discussed as a part of this post. Note that I will quote facts from NTSB’s preliminary report, which by nature can change based on further findings.
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Published in International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing, 2017
ECHO’s hybrid dataflow composition can operate on diverse data models – streams, micro-batches and files, and interface with native runtime engines like TensorFlow and Storm to execute them.
Published in International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing (Demo), 2017
In this demonstration, we illustrate the capabilities of ECHO for deploying several video analytics applications to support smart city use-cases.
Undergraduate course, Department of Computational and Data Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, 2018
As a Teaching Assistant of Scalable Systems for Data Science, I was responsible for conducting tutorials, checking assignments and, deploying and maintaining containerized enviroments for each student.