Aqsa Kausar: First Pakistani Female Google Developer In Machine Learning!

Aqsa Kausar

Aqsa Kausar makes Pakistan Proud!

The daughters of the country are succeeding in every field. One of these proud daughters is Aqsa Kausar who has become the first Pakistani female Google Developer Expert in Machine Learning.

‘Machine Learning’ is based on systematic research into the algorithms and numerical codes and models that help a computer system to carry out the specific activity without any directions.

She is one of the talented alumni of NUST’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS). She has achieved this success by working hard in the field of electrical engineering.

Aqsa Kausar

Aqsa is currently working with a software organization named Red Buffer as an Artificial Intelligence AI developer. She has also contributed by organizing workshops at different events that include Google DevFest 2018 and Google Cloud Next Extended 2019. She also took part in the Train-the-Trainer Session that recently took place in Singapore.

She has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and had a breakthrough at a very young in the field of Machine Learning. She has become a role model for other girls to pursue their dreams.

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