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December 20, 2016
December 20, 2016
A Sinking Swedish Pride
My mantra: (1) The purpose of life cannot be determined. (2) What happens before and after life cannot be determined. (3) The ultimate demand of a conscious being is to maximize its own happiness. (4) Therefore, a society must act to maximize the happiness of its conscious beings. (5) Your Life is a Work of Art.
Learning Dollars — Hire rockstar remote engineers (10 hour free trial)
I hail from the Dasu and Mittagunta families (Telugu 6000 Niyogi Brahmin). The Dasu family tree is linked here.
Grandfather’s Carnatic Transliteration Site Sangeetha Sudha
Clarity FM — Undergrad & Grad App Review — graduated Stanford CS in 2 years with 3.9 GPA
Facebook — Introduce Yourself and I’ll Accept Your Friend Request
Instagram — See my Pics!
LinkedIn — Introduce Yourself and I’ll Accept Your Contact Request
Twitter for Learning Dollars Inc.
Stack Exchange — My Technical, Academic, Travel, Happiness, and Life Questions and Answers
Quora — Answers to Questions about College Apps, Freelancing, Travel, Happiness, etc.
Common Application for College Admissions
Youtube — My Vlogs and Videos on Freelance Team Building
Github — My Open Source Projects (most of my work is private unfortunately)
CS 230 Deep Learning Poster
CS 231N (Convolutional Neural Networks) Unpaired generative adversarial networks for digital facial makeup, Poster made with Julie Chang
CS 231N (Convolutional Neural Networks) Unpaired generative adversarial networks for digital facial makeup application, Paper written with Julie Chang
EE 46 (Engineering for Good) Toilet Tracker Project Report
CS 181W (Computer Ethics Team Project) with Estefania Ortiz, Edric Kyauk, and Joey Hernandez: Bitcoins Today
CS 181W Paper 2: Variable Length Patents
CS 181W Paper 1: Heart Stopping Bugs
CS 194 / CS 199 Project Proposal: Learning Dollars
CS 229 CS 224N Combined Final Project: Assessing Opinion Mining in Stock Trading
CS 224N Fall 2013 (Natural Language Processing) Assignment 3: Coreference Resolution
CS 224N Fall 2013 (Natural Language Processing) Assignment 2: Treebank Parsing
CS 224N Fall 2013 (Natural Language Processing) Assignment 1: Statistical Machine Translation: Alignment and Training
CS 221 (Artificial Intelligence) Final Project with Pranav Rajpurkar: A Supervised Learning Approach to Stock Market Forecasting
CS 199 Spring 2013 (Independent Work with Jerry Cain): Setting up a Sleek Node JS Server…and a Simple Bootstrap Website
PWR 1 (Rhetoric of Art and Science) Research Based Argument: The Rise, Risk, and Rewards of In-Vitro Meat
PWR 1 (Rhetoric of Art and Science) Texts in Conversation: Got Meat? : A Survey of Perspectives on In-vitro Meat
PWR 1 (Rhetoric of Art and Science) Rhetorical Analysis: What exactly does organic mean?
THINK (Water) Final Project: Las Vegas Watershed
ANTHRO 149 (South Asia) Paper: The Feminine Man
POLYSCI 3P (Justice) Paper 2: Critique of Rawls
POLYSCI 3P (Justice) Paper 1: Utilitarianism
Intel STS Paper: Discovery of 16 Nearby Brown Dwarf Candidates in WISE Preliminary Release Data
Father’s Physics Website
Aunt’s Dance Website