Using AI and utilising the fact that how similar our brain is to the neural networks, we can try to visualise and monitor mental health. For eg. Diseases like Amnesia and dementia, occur due to certain patterns (and overlapping in the brain). That can be easily visualised using RNNs.


  • Knowledge about how our brain is similar to the neural networks.
  • How are the sequences in our brain and how overlapping occurs in those sequences.
  • How is it related to diseases like amnesia and dementia and a better understanding of that.



Smriti Mishra – Head of AI | Earthbanc

Smriti is working at Earthbanc AB as the Head of Artificial Intelligence (AI). She is building supervised deep learning models for carbon verification for both tree and soil carbon, as well as monitoring forest biometrics. She works with data collection, data pre-processing, and building and testing of predictive models.

Previously, she has worked at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in the field of Computational Neuroscience to understand the signals and patterns inside the human brain and to study why people lose memory in diseases like amnesia or dementia. Her experiences also include predicting clinical outcomes after shoulder arthroplasty surgery, where she built a deep learning model employing minimal dataset and minimum number of features.

She has also worked at the Indian Institute of Science, on implementation of Non-Thermal Plasma in Environmental Remediation. She also worked on PISat, which was one of the first student satellites launched by the Indian Space Research Organization, and published the findings during the International Astronautical Congress (2018).

Smriti has a degree in BTech., Electronics and Communications Engineering, specializing in Signal Processing.

May 26 @ 15:20
15:20 — 15:50 (30′)

Day 2 | 19th of May – Engineering

Smriti Mishra – Head of AI | Earthbanc