[Book Recommendations] July 2017

This month, I took the time to read 3 books. As they were all books I wanted to read for a long time now and waited patiently for them to be available at the library, each of these books ended up being meaningful and an enjoyable experience. Continue reading “[Book Recommendations] July 2017”

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Using VRML to do Computer Graphics

As part of my semester abroad in Singapore at NTU, I took the Computer Graphics class or CZ2003. The last two projects, as part of assignments, gave the student a bit more freedom and the opportunity to create 1) a 3D form and 2) an animated 3D form. Continue reading “Using VRML to do Computer Graphics”

Creating a Facebook Messenger Chatbot using Wit.AI and Node.js

In June, I participated in the McGill Innovation Lab’s AI for Social Good Hackathon in Montreal. With my team, we came together to create a Chatbot that can interact with the user, understand an inquiry (about a common language word) and send back a link to the Handspeak website. On that web page, the user will be able to watch a video that illustrates the word in ASL (American Sign Language). In this post, I will go over our thinking process and how we were able to make the application. Continue reading “Creating a Facebook Messenger Chatbot using Wit.AI and Node.js”

[Blog Reads] June 2017

With the addition of this post, I have officially written a whole year of “Blog Reads”. The first post was published on July 23rd 2016. Now, we are in July 2017. Time sure passes fast! I am glad I decided to go through this experiment that encouraged me to continuously write on the blog, even during off time. It made me go read on various blogs, Medium, WordPress, Quora, etc. I learned a lot about Data Science, Machine Learning as well as other fields. From now on, I will change the format of this segment by a little bit. Continue reading “[Blog Reads] June 2017”

[Book Recommendations] June 2017

We are back in summer, the time of the year when I actually have time to read some books. Throughout the academic year, I have accumulated a list of books to read. I still have a long list of books to go through, but here is a first list of what I found must enlightening this month. Continue reading “[Book Recommendations] June 2017”