An engineering graduate from the National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) broke all stereotypes regarding Women and technology.
Machine Learning is the use of Artificial Intelligence that encourages the PC framework to anticipate the result and make a move that is required without being explicitly programmed.
Aqsa Kausar has become Pakistan’s first female Google Developer Expert in Machine Learning.
Aqsa got a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from NUST with a CGPA of 3.79. She has just become well known at such a youthful age by contributing immeasurably in the field of Machine Learning. There are a lot of awards to her name for organizing various workshops in different events like Google DevFest 2018 and Google Cloud Next Extended 2019 which occurred in the capital of Pakistan, Islamabad. In addition, in the relatively recent past, she also participated in Google’s Machine Learning Train-The-Trainer session which was held in Singapore.
At present, Aqsa is working with a Software organization, Red Buffer as a AI developer.
She showered plenty of praise for the company’s CEO who proved to be of great help for Aqsa. During her spare time, she writes blogs for an online publishing platform – Medium.
“Being a part of Red Buffer has helped me immensely in my journey to becoming a GDE. Red Buffer has some of the best talents in Machine Learning & AI including some amazing tech-savvy women. Our CEO Tayyab Tariq has always been highly supportive and encouraging in my GDE journey. He often says: it’s not about you, it’s about how you use what you have to help others”
As per Aqsa Kausar, there is exponential potential in this very field. What’s more, she encourages the young people of Pakistan – ladies particularly – to find out about this field since it offers promising future.
“I believe more women should step forward and make use of this amazing opportunity. Not just for their personal growth and networking, but also to widen the culture of knowledge sharing in Pakistan”
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17 November, 2019