Harshinee Sriram

Harshinee Sriram

Undergraduate Artificial Intelligence Researcher and Author

Harshinee Sriram is a junior in SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai and a member of the Artificial Intelligence Research Team in the Association of Computing Machinery - SRM Chapter. She has interned at the National University of Singapore (NUS) as a Data Science and Big Data Analytics Intern and is currently working at Tech Mahindra, Bangalore as an Artificial Intelligence Intern in the field of Automation.

Her area of research revolves around developing Artificially Intelligent devices that help identify, regulate, and combat a range of mental health conditions. She is the author of an Amazon Bestseller titled The Horrors of Happiness and a co-author of the book Horn OK Please - Pandora's Box - yearly proceeds of which are donated to the Dalai Lama Trust for advancement and welfare. Apart from this, she is also an active LGBTQ+ activist who believes that every little action, when considered cumulatively, can help make a difference in the picturesque series of fleeting moments that we call the Human Life.

She is also the youngest speaker in the panel for the Anxiety Tech Conference which is to be held at the Microsoft Reactor Space in 11 Times Square, New York City on the 23rd of August, 2019.