Vardhan Agrawal is the author of Mastering Machine Learning with Core ML and Python and the founder of TheOpenCode Foundation, through which he aspires to bridge the digital divide. Not only does he tinker with new projects and ideas, but he also makes it possible for others to do the same by teaching others to code. Vardhan is a part of the tutorials team at raywenderlich.com, Envato Tuts, Heartbeat by Fritz, and freeCodeCamp.
Vardhan has a keen eye for subject matter that's timely and relevant, and he's technically skilled and versatile, which gives him the ability to tackle any content challenge he takes on.
This kind of attitude will end economic inequality and that is what we need in our country. My respect and admiration.
Governments don't seem to care at all about digital inclusion, and in a way, Vardhan's initiative could even provide a future sustenance for members of families from low-income backgrounds.
Vardhan's book is a great entry point for anyone wanting to learn machine learning from zero. Basics for iOS are covered but if you come with some coding experience it would be a breeze. Loved the examples.
The BP-Lytic is a novel cuffless blood pressure monitoring system that Vardhan created to be accessible in a durable watch form. The next Apple Watch or Fitbit…but for patients!
All this is done without a cuff and has the ability to continuously monitor blood pressure around the clock, yes even during your sleep. This is super important when trying to anticipate strokes and heart attacks.
With over 317 pages of hands-on content, Mastering Machine Learning with Core ML and Python teaches you to develop AI-based apps for iOS and train various types of ML models. Stay tuned for the update in November!
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