Curiosity was my currency since I was a kid. I remember as a kid I wanted to become a pilot. I was fascinated by the notion of flying in the skies and being able to fly all around the world. However, as time went by my curiosity shifted toward sciences like biology, physics and chemistry but still to this day I read about astrophysics and the follow all the scientific discoveries made at the universe level. My most pleasurable hobby during school time was reading scientific magazines and imagining what the world would be like in 2000. What a time it was!
I ended up studying medicine at university but I never stopped following other scientific endeavors. I became a great fan of computers, like any other young adult in my generation, and always thought of new ideas on how to use computers in medicine. Over time, I experienced working in a diverse range of fields other than medicine. Curiosity kills a cat they say, but in my case it quenches my never ending thirst of learning about the world and the dynamics of life.
Indimed is the result of my life journey so far. It is a place of hope towards creating a better world for people using all my knowledge and experience. It is an ideal of a team approach towards solving some of the problems facing medicine, community and health in the coming years.
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer
Ever since I started to meaningfully interact with my surroundings, I was interested in figuring out how things work. I started with taking apart my toys and as I got older, I disassembled almost anything and tried to learn how it works by putting it back together. This enthusiasm became an inseparable part of my personality and led me to become an inventor at an early age. I became a member of national team of robotics when I was only 13. Then, during my high school years, I started to take up an interest in computing which made me study computer sciences for my undergraduate journey. I did my MSc in artificial intelligence. Over this time, I made 15 different robots to help solve everyday life and industrial problems. I hold several patents in intelligent devices which use advanced AI and machine learning, a few of these have been mass produced and are at work in different factories. I am also author of 6 books on topics like robotics, programming, AI, and intelligent systems. My current interests include deep learning, machine vision, embedded systems, and autonomous systems. Indimed Inc. has provided me with the opportunity to take my experience to a whole new level and use my knowledge to make the world a better place for living.
Public Relation Manager
The priority in life for me has always been helping others, and I always think about how I can make life easier for people. It was this kind of emotion, along with my passion for people, that made me study nursing and later work at hospitals to help people who needed care.
Growing up in contact with nature, I also developed a passion for animals in my earliest years which turned me into an experimental veterinarian.
Throughout these experiences my preoccupation has always been helping all creatures and making life easier for them.
Now, thanks to friends in the field, I have finally found a way to develop my "green ideas" through AI.
I'm happy to have an opportunity to combine my lifelong experiences in human health, animal behavior, and environmentalism with technology. I look forward to dipping my feet into this world of rapidly progressing technologies and using them to help keep our environment safe, and make life easier for both humans and animals.
When I was a kid, one of the most important questions which always came to my mind was how things work. This was the main reason of my interest in TV programs about robots, machines, computers, and technology. In this way, programming became my next attractive hobby at high school. Being familiar with algorithms and programming was kind of paraphrasing of that permanent question. All these scenarios led to studying computer science program, in which I found myself exploring AI related topics during my bachelor’s.
After a while, I turned into a young student, who did a lot of research about evolutionary algorithms and always had a new idea of optimization. I figured out that problem solving in AI is the accurate way of answering that big question.
Now, after finishing my studies in M.Sc. of computer science with more than seven years of research and study experience in AI, machine learning and bioinformatics, I have discovered a place to practically create the elements based on my background and interest. This place is Indimed which can satisfy the question ‘how things work’, however in the way of creating those things.