Click to get Apna Asmaan Part 1 Hindi Dubbed 720pPassionate about technology, science, and neuroscience, Aneesh explores the inner workings of the human brain through his videos and articles. He's inspired by the work of leading researchers and neuroscientists like Eric Kandel and has developed a reputation for being a thought leader on a number of neuroscience and technology-related topics.
When asked what is the most important advancement in the neuroscience industry in the past decade, Aneesh has highlighted the rapid development of advanced technologies, the progress of the neuroscience community, the ways that we think about what brain and mind is, and the development of tools that are needed to help understand the brain.
Aneesh's career has included work as a research scientist, lecturer, and marketing expert at leading software and hardware companies. He was most recently the Director of Emerging Technologies at Microsoft Corporation where he led a team focused on 3D imaging and advanced machine learning for immersive brain science.
He's also made appearances on shows like SciShow, PBS, TED Talks, and National Geographic, in addition to working with such companies as DigitalOcean, Wellcome Trust, and Microsoft. His work has been featured in a number of publications including Forbes, MIT Technology Review, BBC, The Guardian, New Scientist, Huffington Post, and The New York Times.
Aneesh is passionate about helping others understand the brain and its effect on human behavior through his work with products like MindSnacks, an app that uses brain science to teach you how to do math better. He's also a frequent contributor to Technology Review and has worked with a number of other prominent technologists including Alex Rampell, the creator of the science fiction television series Black Mirror.
So, what is it about the brain?
Our brains are the most complex object in the known universe. We know that we have about 100 billion neurons, which are the building blocks of the brain, and the complexity of those neurons. Each of those neurons has at least 100,000 connections.
I mean it's really overwhelming, and so the idea of really understanding the brain in its entirety, that's, I think, one of the reasons we're excited about it.
What is the most exciting aspect of brain research to you, in your opinion?
I think it's the ability of neuroscience to really understand how the brain works. We know we have a 0b46394aab