I’m a Research Fellow in Microsoft Research India, a guitarist and a writer. An aspiring researcher in Human-Computer Interaction concentrated on interactivity and interface design. In Microsoft Research, I’m currently working on accessibility of Programming Environments, a smarter walking cane for Visually Impaired people, a whole new way to search and interact with emails, and a safer asynchronous programming language.
For more details on my current work, please visit my projects page.
Over the years, technology has deeply pervaded human life. Still it is nascent in being inclusive - be it diverse cultures, age-groups, physical abilities or even economic backgrounds. My vision is to explore the coalition of Human Computer Interaction, Artificial Intelligence, and Human-Computer Interaction to build interfaces and tools for the next billion users.
- CodeTalk : Honorable mention at CHI2018
- Research That Matters : Feature in Financial Express
- CodeTalk featured in Microsoft Blog
- CodeTalk wins 2nd Place in Microsoft Hackathon
- AI’s big leap to tiny devices opens world of possibilities
- Microsoft Email Insights released
CodeTalk is a first step in a long journey of exploring ways to make IDEs more accessible. See how @Microsoft’s India Research lab is working to enhance the coding experience for visually impaired developers. https://t.co/04yJKiX3un #IDE #accessibility @venkypotluri pic.twitter.com/uYtxVThU9T— Microsoft Research (@MSFTResearch) December 12, 2017