It is the end of June, which means we are officially half-way through the summer term. Wow, that sounds crazy! For students, the summer period may be one of the busiest every year. Although, let’s not kid ourselves, every term is harsh. Summer is time for technical interview prepping, learning new tools, finish off side projects, plan fall term and do your full-time summer internship. Furthermore, everyone tries to pack their week-end and evenings with trips, outings and festivals. Overall, it can be pretty exhausting. To all the other students out there, you can do it!
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”
l Hi everyone! Sorry for the belated post. December is the month of exams and studying. It was also the end of my internship/part-time job as well as the time to submit my research paper for my undergraduate courses. Furthermore, I had been traveling a lot all across the world (more posts on them coming soon). In brief, I had been overwhelmed with things to do and barely had time to blog much. We are now one week into 2017 and I am excited to share with you the recent and interesting news from all over the web, published in either December 2016 or January 2017. Since I am covering for more than 6 weeks of articles, this post is going to be long! 😛 Continue reading “[Blog Reads] December 2016 – January 2017”
The book ‘Lean In: Women, work, and the will to lead‘ by Sheryl Sandberg was quiet an intersting book. It was on the top recommended reads for women on Amazon so I thought the book must be full of truth about how women should lead their lives for maximum self achievements. I brought it home and read it very fast. Continue reading “[Book Review] Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg”