About me:

Hi! I am Anirban Saha.

I am a Data Scientist by profession, trying to specialize in Natural Language Processing, working for a California-based company. I did my M.Sc. in Data and Knowledge Engineering from the University of Magdeburg, Germany.

I would like to keep working on NLP/LLMs! In case you would want to reach out for a collaboration or a job, please feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn after a brief look at my resume.

Besides work, I like photographing birds and traveling, primarily in the mountains. At home, I take an interest in indoor plants and also play a bit of chess. After all of these, if I have time, I read about mental health and hate speech on social media.

About the blog posts: I blog post about anything which interests me personally, mainly in the domain of culture and travel. But there are sections dedicated to my life as a student in Magdeburg and a series of podcasts that new aspiring students might find beneficial. If you come across the blog posts, please give me feedback. My email address and social media details are given below.

Email: mailme@anirbansaha.com

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Let me extend my introduction a little bit and say that I’ve been privileged enough to have my photographs featured on some publication houses, the list of which includes BBC Travel, and The Telegraph. My short stint as an entrepreneur got some unwilling media attention, especially in The Times of India and later I was invited by the US Dept. of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs for their prestigious IVLP (International Visitor Leadership Program). In Germany, a government body extended me an invitation to speak, and the media houses were nice enough to write about my podcast series and feature my photographs. Of late, a few kind journalists quoted me for my views on AI/LLM which you could find on some portals, including Scroll and MyKolkata (The Telegraph), IndiaTimes.

I thank the ecosystem for being so kind toward me over the years and I wish I keep adding some value in my limited ways.