Ajit Jaokar

Ajit's work spans research, entrepreneurship and academia relating to artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT), predictive analytics and mobility.

Ajit currently works as a Data Scientist currently in the Bioinformatics space. The technical emphasis of his work includes  Time series, Edge Computing and Deep Learning for sequences.  

Outside of Oxford University, he has been involved in teaching /academic programs at London School of Economics, Harvard Kennedy School, University of Madrid.

Ajit publishes extensively on KDnuggets and Data Science Central and his book, Data Science for Internet of Things, is included as a course book at Stanford University.

He was recently included in top 16 influencers (Data Science Central), Top 100 blogs (KDnuggets), Top 50 (IoT central), No 19 among top 50 twitter IoT influencers (IoT Institute).

Ajit has been involved with various mobile, telecoms and IoT projects since 1999 including strategic analysis, development, research, consultancy and project management.

In 2009, he was nominated to the World Economic Forum’s ‘Future of the Internet’ council. In 2016 he was involved in a WEF council for systemic risk (IoT, drones etc.). He has worked with cities like Amsterdam and Liverpool on Smart City projects in mayoral level advisory roles. Ajit has been involved in IoT-based roles for the webinos project (Fp7 project). In May 2005 he founded the OpenGardens blog, which is widely respected in the industry. He has spoken at Mobile World Congress (4 times), CTIA, CEBIT, Web 2.0 expo, The European Parliament, Stanford University, MIT Sloan, Fraunhofer FOKUS; University of St Gallen. He has also been involved in transatlantic technology policy discussions.

Ajit is also passionate about teaching data science to young people through space exploration working with Ardusat.

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