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bhavsarpratik/README.md

Hey I'm Pratik 👋

A remote NLP engineer from India 👾

NLP | Deep Learning | Python | AWS

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nlpguy

I am a self-taught data scientist from India working remotely from Mumbai. I don't know if my skills are wide or deep, but I can get things done 🧗

I have worked on a variety of domains and projects.

  • Semantic search using Deep learning
  • Elasticsearch - search and recommendation engine
  • Text classification(English and Hinglish)
  • Chatbots
  • Algorithmic trading with ML
  • Applying AutoML

🧪 Some of my best projects are available at hackathons

🖌 I regulary write data science blogs on Substack & Modern NLP

🙏🏼 You can reach me via Twitter

🏇 You can find my community talks at YouTube

Pratik's GitHub Stats

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  1. Deploy transformers serverless on AWS Lambda

    Python 83 14

  2. Implementations of transformer models in pytorch

    Jupyter Notebook 12 3

  3. Real data science interview assignments

    Jupyter Notebook 78 24

  4. Get vaccine availability in India

    Jupyter Notebook 26 35

  5. This repo contains my hackathon solutions

    Jupyter Notebook 38 16

  6. psyduck Public

    Utility library for ML projects

    Python 8 1

693 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

October 2021

Created 5 commits in 1 repository
Opened 3 pull requests in 1 repository
bhavsarpratik/easy-transformers 3 merged
30 contributions in private repositories Oct 1 – Oct 22

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