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nosakhare

igbinedion

community technology empowerment


ABOUT ME

I think about how we can utilize swarms of drones to complete classic computer vision tasks with extremely high speed and accuracy.

Currently, I'm pursuing a PhD in EECS from MIT, where I study this work. In the past, I've worked on projects ranging from computer vision, virtual reality, embedded systems and robotics at various organizations including IBM, Google, and Lincoln Laboratory.

In my spare time I work on a few startups, regarding computer vision, West Arican and Caribbean food, and virtual beauty. Ask me about it for more details!

Outside of academics and entrepreneurship I am dedicated to serving my community and empowering my family, friends and peers to follow their dreams. I've had the honor of serving as the Co-President of the Academy of Courageous Minority Engineers from 2018-2020, the Community Service Committee Chair for the Black Graduate Student Association from 2018-2019, as well as serving on various advisory committees on diversity, equity and inclusion across the institute.

In my free time I love taking jazz, hip hop and ballroom dance classes, playing sports like basketball and volleyball, interior design, and producing music.

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