Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security enthusiast
With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.
I'm a computer science student in my final year at university working on privacy preserving machine learning, more precisely on the use of homomorphic encryption for deep learning. I've been participating in capture the flag competition since 2016 which made me learn about different fields of computer science as it's all about solving problems that often requires a set of skills that aren't centered around a specific topic, but the heart of it is mostly cyber security. I'm a strong believer that humans can be polyvalent and I always strive to explore new concepts and technologies as a way to have a larger scope that will help me find solutions to complex problems. I don't like to work on repetitive and simple problems, but I prefer to mix approaches and find new ones to solve what haven't been explored yet or optimize where others left. I mostly like working on projects that have an impact while being surrounded by great people that supports each other.
I started coding when I was 14, but I discovered the real sense of computers after starting my Computer Science studies. I was really excited to know more about every piece that made computers alive today, because this is where vulnerabilities were born, and it would be hard for us to make a good use of those building blocks if we don't understand them.
Certified in Cyber Security and Machine Learning.
I'm continually expanding my skills with a goal of mastering what I do and to be always ready for the industry of tomorrow.
My team (Sudo_root) and I won the second place at the Cyber Security Awareness Week CTF organised by New York University Abu Dhabi in the MENA region.
Deep Learning with Pytorch Challenge
Our Pneumonia Detector project got selected by Udacity and Facebook as the best healthcare project during the Deep Learning with PyTorch Challenge.
My team (Sudo_root) and I won the fourth place during the Hacklab Capture the Flag competition held in ESGI Paris.
MLH Local Hack Day
I won the first place in the programming competition organized by AutoBot13 during the MLH Hack Day.
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Very positive experience with this developer. Definitely will ask his help again.
Excellent work done by Ayoub. He demonstrated his commitment to solve problems effectively and professionally I recommend him to the community.
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