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Women in Tech: Niharika Sharma

Niharika Sharma is a Senior Software Engineer for Nasdaq’s Machine Intelligence Lab. She designs systems that gather, process and apply machine learning/natural language processing technologies on natural language data, generating valuable insights to support business decisions. Over the past years, she worked on Natural Language Generation (NLG) and Surveillance Automation for Nasdaq Advisory Services. We sat down with Niharika to learn more about how she got her start in computer science and how she approaches challenges in her career.

Can you describe your day-to-day as a senior software engineer at Nasdaq?

My day-to-day work involves collaborating with Data Scientists to solve problems, ideating business possibilities with product teams and working with Data/Software Engineers to transform ideas into solutions.

How did you become involved in the technology industry, and how has technology influenced your role?

My first exposure to Computer Science was a Logo programming class that I took as a

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These would affect all aspects of HR functions such as the way HR professionals on-board and hire people, and the way they train them

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing all aspects of our lives and that too at a rapid pace. This includes our professional lives, too. Experts expect that in the days ahead, AI would become a greater part of our careers as all companies are moving ahead with adopting such technology. They are using more machines that use AI technology that would affect our daily professional activities. Soon enough, we would see machine learning and deep learning in HR too. It would affect all aspects of HR (human resources) such

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LONDON – October 8, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )

Data is universally indicated as the key challenge in IFRS 17 implementations. “We designed our IFRS 17 solution from start to finish with data quality in mind. 3Blocks has differentiated itself in this regard by adding machine learning to the arsenal of data checks and validation. We are the first on the market to do that,” says Pawel Wozniak, CEO of 3Blocks.

3Blocks has been known for providing IFRS 17 and Solvency 2 reporting advisory services, but now it has launched its own IFRS 17 software. They have been working on IFRS 17 projects for insurance companies and other IT firms since 2016. Their solution has been built on the back of these experiences, taking into account lessons learned from them. 3Blocks

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“Earlier this year, I attended a conference and was shocked to find that you could actually buy voting machines on eBay. So I bought one, two months ago, and have been able to open it up and look at the chips.”

Beatrice Atobatele is trying to hack one of the most commonly used voting machines in the US, to look for security vulnerabilities, but not with any criminal intentions.

Beatrice is actually one of more than 200 people who have signed up to a volunteer group of security experts and hackers called the Election Cyber Surge.

Beatrice Atobatele taking apart her voting machine to test it
Beatrice Atobatele taking apart her voting machine to test it

And by understanding how this machine works, she hopes she can ensure any vulnerabilities are fixed.

“I’ve bypassed the authentication itself,” she says.

“I’m still learning and trying to find any new vulnerabilities that might not be known about yet.”

Human error

The problem

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It takes a combination of imagination, innovation, and machine learning to help create change in the world. The promise of machine learning for social good is being realized as the technology evolves to a point where organizations across industries and categories can leverage its unique power. Innovators are tapping into the best practices, in-depth expertise, and powerful solutions of companies like AWS to launch new initiatives and solutions that are improving lives and protecting our planet right now.

With machine learning, organizations are making inroads toward protecting biodiversity, supporting our veterans, finding homes for the homeless, understanding climate change, and more. But this is just the beginning.

Here’s a look at some of the world’s most powerful, promising applications of machine learning to benefit society.

For a more in-depth read, see this recent article on VentureBeat and see more ways machine learning is being used

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WHAT DOES MACHINE LEARNING MEAN?

It refers to an application in the field of artificial intelligence that delivers the systems the aptitude to learn automatically and enrich from the experience without being explicitly programmed which means learning to be automated rather than being programmed explicitly.

It is concerned with building and developing the computer programs that have the skill set to access the data and then using the data for the purpose of learning.

The whole process begins with the sheer volume of data or the observations taking the examples into consideration. Providing the examples or specific instructions to the computer programs help in observing and analyzing the patterns in the data. This would further assist the organizations or the business firms in taking better decisions based on the examples that we provide to the system which varies as per the situation or the business problem.

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Machine Language Programming

May 2, 2020 | programming | No Comments

Note: It will help to have a HCS08 Microcontroller data book before following this article!

Let us start by considering a set of four HCS08 instructions. They are the main subset of the load/store instructions. Two involve register A and two the H:X pair as a main participant. The register-A instruction’s operand points to a single byte of memory to load from or store into. The register-H:X instruction’s operand points to a double byte of memory. The operands of all four look identical, we must tell from the opcode whether they will be reading that location or writing to it and whether it reads or writes one byte or two. We also must “know” from the architectural specifications of the computer (the details we need are in Table 7-2) that for the H:X instructions, the operand points to the memory location used with H and that the location used … Read More