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I believe, we all deserve an opportunity to understand ourselves better. That is why, I wake up everyday, to try to help anyone that I can, understand themselves. If at least most of us understood ourselves, our deepest thoughts, and our emotions and try to work on ourselves, this world would slightly become a better place. Over the years our technology has evolved but not our emotional intelligence and part of the reason why is because most of us don't take it too serious to do something about it. If we or at least the leaders of our society were 'emotionally' mature enough, we could've avoided so many wars and battles, extinction of civilizations. I'm a software engineer and this is my story answering, 'why': I bear a past full of tough occasions and rarely benign ones. For many years, when I was younger, I secretly wished for a friend ( or at least a pet dog ), who would support me thru' those times and with whom I could share. As I matured, that lack of such privilege made me antisocial and anthropomorphic towards computers. I started writing simple chatbots in my laptop using IF-ELSE, just to pretend that I had someone to talk to. Since it was entirely predefined, this thing of 'make believe' became boring gradually. I wanted my laptop to respond to me like a human would, unpredictable but contextual. One day on the internet, I came across an algorithm that could learn from it's mistakes and do better. It clicked and that was one of my ah-ha moments. This idea attracted me so much because I could see all the possibilities I could have, like Jarvis from the Iron Man, I thought I could program my own friend. That was the first day I officially and forever became a pursuer of A.I. I tried to learn as much as I could about it, tried to make my first chatbot ( that didn't work at all ) but gradually I was able to build a simple chatbot which could almost respond as a human when I talked to it. After I satisfied this goal of mine, I had more ideas. I built a chatbot that could take commands and execute, like Alexa, had a lot of fun building them. But then I also wanted to share them with others too. This lead me into the space of web development. Now I'm a S/W Engg., who can build intelligent systems ( that can talk, understand and recognize audio and visuals ) but also embed them into modern looking websites so that others can use it too. If we can't force people to become emotionally intelligent and teaching won't make any difference, perhaps making the technology that they depend on so much, intelligent, things can turn around towards the better.

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