Dr. Santosh Srivastava

Dr. Santosh Srivastava is an accomplished researcher in Artificial Intelligence and currently works in IBM Research India. Has holds PhD from Washington University in Applied Mathematics and has done research at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle. He was a member of the founding team at Adaptive Biotech, Seattle where he worked on early stage cancer detection using AI techniques on genomic data of immune cells. He works on topics of probability, statistics, optimization, matrix computation, and probabilistic graphical models and applies these techniques in machine learning, natural language processing, deep learning, time series to transform industries with innovative solutions and contribute to the IBM business units. He has built many machine learning, statistical, and matrix computation packages for general purpose research works and business applications. He also works in neurosciences to understand the biological mechanism of different kinds of memories: implicit (unconscious) and explicit (conscious) memory, how information is represented in memory, how the consolidation of memory happens, and how long-term potentiation follows Hebbian learning rules. He is also interested in connecting dots between immunology and neuroscience in a bold way, the field called neuroimmunology.

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