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Chanon Olley – Young Scientists Journal
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Chanon Olley

City: Maidstone

State: Kent

Country: United Kingdom

Chanon is passionate about Artificial Intelligence and the sciences that contribute to the flourishment of this field of computer science. AI is one of the most exciting areas of science that we have seen grow exponentially in the recent years. His main coding language is Java in Android Studio, which he has used to build apps for various uses, including designing a new, extremely secure encryption method. He is a skilful programmer and he is using his ability to code in advanced applications, such as Machine Learning. Chanon also shares an interest in aspects of physics, biology, chemistry, maths and engineering. He is fascinated by how these areas of STEM can combine together with Computer Science and create new and exciting fields of study. For example, with biology the development of neuroscience has combined with computing to influence the approach to Artificial Intelligence in the form of Deep Learning and Computational Neuroscience. He hopes to carry on his passions and work in the rapidly developing research into AI.

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