October 28–31, 2019
Aalok Patwa

Aalok Patwa
Student, Archbishop Mitty High School

Aalok Patwa (he/him) is a sophomore at Archbishop Mitty High School, California, interested in machine learning and healthcare. He’s done several research projects in the past that have won awards at the regional, state, and national level. He’s also committed to outreach, imparting his knowledge about computer science and medicine to the broader public. Aalok is the president of the computer programming club at his high school and an avid participant in speech and debate. He won the first place category award in the Synopsys science fair in 2018 and 2019, was a national finalist at the Broadcom MASTERS Science Fair in 2016, earned a Raytheon achievement award at the California State science fair in 2016, and was a speech and debate national qualifier.

Sessions

2:30pm3:10pm Thursday, October 31, 2019
Location: Grand Ballroom A/B
Aalok Patwa (Archbishop Mitty High School)
The public health sector is growing rapidly, and with new methods of data collection comes a need for new analyzation methods. Aalok Patwa explains how to use TensorFlow to create a deep learning model that detects, localizes, and segments colon polyps from colonoscopy image and video. You'll gain technical knowledge of TensorFlow, Keras, and ideas for the application of TensorFlow in medicine. Read more.

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