Priya Prakash’s Wink Made Her So Popular That Even IIT Bombay Used Her In Question PaperMarch 8, 2018
Priya Prakash Varrier is an entirely well known name now, because of her wink and grin that we found in the mystery of her presentation motion picture “Oru Adaar Love”. She turned into an Internet sensation overnight and has a bigger number of adherents than Facebook organizer Mark Zuckerberg on Instagram.
Prior she was all finished web-based social networking, news channels and print media yet now she is in the examination papers also.
Truly, you read it right! She was a subject of the inquiry that was asked in the esteemed IIT Bombay’s Machine Learning course mid-term exam.
Here is the question:
“Assume that Priya Varrier reports to the Cyber Crime Division of a police department that her public Facebook page is flooded with threatening or lewd comments for which she is seeking punitive action. The police department contacts you for help to flag Facebook ids of potential miscreants. Assume that you are given a suitably large database with the following attributes: Comment id, Facebook id of the one who commented, comment date and time, comment text, link to parent comment (NULL if this comment was not a reply to a parent comment). Assume that you have access to text-to-feature extraction software that converts each comment text into a 100 dimensional vector. Due to her newfound fame, millions of people have commented on her page, of which a large proportion is simply praising fans. Describing the process of learning a classifier starting with the database and mention any practical, social, or legal aspects that you may find necessary to consider.”
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As per NextBigWhat, Professor Amit Sethi teaches Machine Learning course in IIT Bombay and when Indiatimes talked to various students about it, they said that it is nothing shocking as Prof. Amit Sethi is known to use memes in order to make classroom study fun and enjoyable.
Third year civil engineering student of IIT Bombay Hardik Patel told,
“Professors use memes in lecture slides or put them on forums for a particular course to convey related information.”