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Hey, I'm Rudrajit

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An engineering student, researcher and a software developer 👨‍💻 from India.

Passionate about learning and working with latest technologies, keen interest towards research work, and a deep rooted fascination for space.

  • 🔭 I’m currently working at the intersections of AI, ML, DL, Data Mining, Image Processing and Computer Vision.

  • 💬 Ask me about: Tech, Algorithms, Quantum Physics, Bollywood, Comics, Chess

  • 📫 How to reach me: Any platform you are comfortable with, links are above 🔝

  • 😄 Pronouns: He/Him

  • Fun Fact: I like my music loud when wired to my system.

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  1. An AI that plays flappy bird! Using the NEAT python module.


  2. Sketching out anything using a collection of sine waves via Discrete Fourier Transform.

    JavaScript 1

  3. A beginner-friendly project to help you in open-source contributions. Made specifically for contributions in HACKTOBERFEST 2020! Please leave a star to support this project!

    JavaScript 21 22

  4. Autonomous driving agent in CARLA Simulator trained using reinforcement learning

    Python 2 2

  5. Codes and templates for ML algorithms created, modified and optimized in Python and R.

    Python 3 1

  6. Micro mouse event for autonomous maze solver bots in IIT KGP.


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