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As I end my undergraduate journey, it’s hard to not feel nostalgic, especially amid this sad pandemic because of which this journey was shortened by nearly 3.5 months. It was, in many ways, the best time of my life but, most importantly, I developed a better understanding of this world and of myself. A lot of these lessons helped me navigate through my undergraduate years and I wish to offer some suggestions to my juniors who are starting out and to those who are curious about how they can do better.
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I took the course Foundations of Intelligent and Learning Agents in Autumn 2019 offered by Prof. Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan at IIT Bombay. I found the course content very exciting and decided to share some basic intuition and ideas from multi-armed bandits and Markov decision processes in this blog post.
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I took the course Advanced Concentration Inequalities in Autumn 2019 offered by Prof. Sharayu Moharir at IIT Bombay. This is a blog post about the work I did for the course project with Shashwat Shukla and Sucheta Ravikanti on designing regret minimization algorithms for the problem of batch pulls in stochastic multi-armed bandits.
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For my project on code-mixed speech recognition with Prof. Preethi Jyothi, I did a literature review of voice conversion and found a lot of recent papers that used GANs for the problem. So I decided to write this post to summarize my review. I’ve also attached the slides and references I used in my group meeting at the end of this post.