Shriank, 15, studying in high school at National Public School, Indiranagar in Bangalore, has developed KeepTab which is a wearable-device that uses a cloud-based deep-learning framework to aid human-memory recall the location of their day-to-day objects.
He was also a finalist at the FIRST LEGO League World Championships in 2012.
The Indian-American teens who have made it to the global finalist of the Google Science Fair are Anika Cheerla (14), Anushka Naiknaware (13), Nikihl Gopal (15) and Nishita Belur (13).
Indian-American Gopal, 15, from New Jersey was chosen as a finalist for his project, ‘Point of Care Testing for Malaria Using a Smartphone and Microfluidic ELISA.’
Cheerla from California has been selected for her project, ‘Automated Prediction of Future Breast Cancer Occurrence from Non-Cancerous Mammograms.’
Naiknaware, of Portland, Oregaon made it to the finals for her project, ‘Fractal Inspired Chitosan and Carbon Nanoparticle Based Biocompatible Sensor for Wound Management.’