Bhagvan Kommadi, Author at Insurance Thought Leadership

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Bhagvan Kommadi

Bhagvan Kommadi

Bhagvan Kommadi is the founder of Architect Corner, an AI startup, and has around 20 years of experience in the industry, ranging from large-scale enterprise development to helping incubate software product startups.

He has a masters in industrial systems engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology (1997) and a bachelors in aerospace engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (1993). He is a member of the IFX Forum, a member of Oracle JCP and a participant in the Java Community Process.

Kommadi founded Quantica Computacao, the first quantum computing startup in India. He has engineered and developed simulators and tools in quantum technology using IBM Q, Microsoft Q# and Google QScript. The company’s focus is on developing quantum cryptographic tools that will be able to provide quantum-proof data security, which will help the banking institution to protect their transactions. He is now the director of product engineering at Value Momentum, which has a social network for doctors (White Coats) and provides telehealth support through practice plus.

Kommadi has published papers and is a speaker in Python, genomics and biotechnology conferences. He is a hands-on CTO who has been contributing to open-source, blogs and latest technologies stack like Go, Python, Django, Node.JS & Java, MySQL, Postgres, Mongo and Cassandra.

He has written Packt Publishing — hands-on data structures and algorithms with Go and Paytech book on The Payment Technology Handbook for investors, entrepreneurs and fintech visionaries. He is writing a book titled “Quantum Solutions.” He is a TEDx speaker and has presented in DevOps World, CMG, PyCon, DevCon, IASA BILT and WorldRPA on topics such as adaptive learning, RPA, DevOps and AI Coder.

Recent Articles by Bhagvan Kommadi

The Importance of Explainable AI

“Most businesses believe that machine learning models are opaque and non-intuitive and no information is provided regarding their decision-making and predictions,” — Swathi Young, host at Women in AI. Explainable AI is evolving to give meaning to artificial intelligence and machine learning in insurance. The XAI (explainable AI) model has the key factors, which are explained in […]

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