Dr. Tek Raj Chhetri
Dr. Tek Raj Chhetri is a research fellow at the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton and the founder and director of CAIR-Nepal. Dr. Chhetri's work spans several vital domains, including artificial intelligence (AI), semantic web, data privacy, and Internet of Things (IoT) data sharing.
Dr. Chhetri has made significant contributions to the field of combining machine learning and knowledge graphs. His research focuses on enhancing prediction accuracy and explainability through the innovative application of neurosymbolic AI, an AI paradigm that combines symbolic AI, utilizing semantic technology such as ontologies and knowledge graphs, with connectionist AI, notably deep learning.
Dr. Chhetri has also contributed to data privacy. His work addressed the multifaceted challenges posed by GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), particularly concerning the intricate landscape of IoT data sharing. In an era of interconnected devices and technologies, his work serves as a cornerstone for ensuring compliance with regulations and thus enabling the thriving data economy.
Dr. Chhetri's additional research experience includes autonomous vehicles and cloud computing. More information about Dr. Chhetri can be obtained from his website.