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Tanmay Bakshi से ख़ास बातचीत !| Tech Tak


Tanmay Bakshi , a computer programmer, artificial intelligence expert and all-around tech extraordinaire recently visited Sharda University in Greater Noida to have a tech talk with the students and as soon as we got to know about him visiting the place, here we were to have a special talk with this child prodigy.

He’s developed multiple apps, published a book, hosted a TEDx Talk and spoken at IBM Watson summits around the world including Finland, New Zealand, Denmark and Australia.

Bakshi set up a YouTube channel where he posted tutorials on coding and web development. With each video upload, he received thousands of questions from people all over the world.
Realizing that there was a lack of knowledge about programming and machine learning, he made it his YouTube channel’s mission to help 100,000 aspiring kids and beginners along their coding journey. Today, he has over 200,000 subscribers.

At age eight, Bakshi taught himself how to develop iOS apps. By age nine, he had his very first app, which teaches multiplication, accepted into the Apple store.

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Tanmay Bakshi , a computer programmer, artificial intelligence expert and all-around tech extraordinaire recently visited Sharda University in Greater Noida to have a tech talk with the students and as soon as we got to know about him visiting the place, here we were to have a special talk with this child prodigy.

He’s developed multiple apps, published a book, hosted a TEDx Talk and spoken at IBM Watson summits around the world including Finland, New Zealand, Denmark and Australia.

Bakshi set up a YouTube channel where he posted tutorials on coding and web development. With each video upload, he received thousands of questions from people all over the world.
Realizing that there was a lack of knowledge about programming and machine learning, he made it his YouTube channel’s mission to help 100,000 aspiring kids and beginners along their coding journey. Today, he has over 200,000 subscribers.

At age eight, Bakshi taught himself how to develop iOS apps. By age nine, he had his very first app, which teaches multiplication, accepted into the Apple store.

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