Tanmay Bakshi is a teenage Canadian taking the AI world by storm. He is an AI & ML systems architect, Google Develop Expert for Machine Learning, and IBM Champion for Cloud. He is also an author, media personality, and TED and keynote speaker.
Tanmay Bakshi has, during his relatively short career thus far, addressed over 200,000 executives and developers worldwide, counting among his audience conference-goers, universities, schools, financial institutions, and international companies. Amongst those addressed, he counts the likes of The United Nations, NASSCOM, Linux Foundation, Apple, SAP, IBM, Walmart, Deloitte, and many others.
Amongst the various media thus far featured in, Tanmay Bakshi counts the Toronto Star, The Vancouver Sun (front page), Forbes, CNBC, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Bloomberg Businessweek as a Young Entrepreneur.
His YouTube channel, ‘Tanmay Teaches’, sees Tanmay Bakshi share his research and knowledge with audiences of all ages. He has had the honour of being the recipient of the Twilio Doer Award, Knowledge Ambassador Award, Global Goodwill Ambassador at LinkedIn, and Life Mentor Award.
Tanmay Bakshi also, during the course of 2019, authored three books on technology. These books, i.e. ‘Hello Swift’, ‘Cognitive Computing with IBM Watson’, and Tanmay Teaches Julia, are part of his goal to reach out to 100,000 aspiring coders to help them innovate.
As a speaker, Tanmay Bakshi is a young man on a mission of teaching and enlightening people about all things AI on a global scale. He lives in Canada and presents in English.
"Dear Mr. Bakshi, On behalf of the Organizing team, I would like to take this opportunity to express my heartfelt thanks to you for your very active participation in the XVII Eurasian Media Forum. The main objective of the Eurasian Media Forum, which unites representatives of different countries, professions, and opinions, is an open dialogue and a search for a compromise solution. It was an honor and pleasure to have you here as a speaker sharing your thoughts on complicated topics and taking part in panel discussions. This year Forum is very special to us. After a one-year break due to the pandemic, we were delighted to be finally able to hold this event. There were many topics to discuss since the events we have all witnessed ever the past year were exceptional in their scale and impact on the fate of millions of people. By being forced to distance ourselves from one another over this period, we have been reminded of the importance of human interaction and meetings like this. Please let me thank you once more for the special impetus you gave to the discussion and making the XVII Eurasian Media Forum happen." Sincerely, Alma Akhmetzhanova Director General