Zeeshan-Ul-Hassan Usmani

Zeeshan-ul-hassan Usmani (Urdu: ذیشان الحسن عثمانی‎) is a Pakistani data scientist, writer, entrepreneur, and scholar in the field of computer science. He is a Fulbright grant recipient and holds multiple degrees in the field of computer science.[3] Usmani has authored numerous books in the field of technology, politics, and international affairs, including one book documenting his journey and education as a Fulbright scholar. His PhD thesis Modeling and Simulation of Suicide Bombing was also published in book form. His study on the impact of drone strikes in Pakistan was published in 2014 by the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University[4] where he is also a visiting scholar.[5] Usmani is an Eisenhower Fellow, having received the honor in 2012.[6] He is the co-founder of PredictifyMe, a predictive analytics firm he started with another Eisenhower Fellow in 2014. He currently serves as the company's chief data scientist. Usmani has performed extensive research on the effects of suicide bombings, including developing a predictive model to help reduce injuries in the event of a suicide bombing.[2] He is also the founder of Pakistan Body Count, a website that provides statistics on suicide bombings and drone attacks in Pakistan.[7] He is also an alumnus of National Defense University

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This book presents a unique and diversified collection of research work ranging from controlling the activities in virtual world to optimization of productivity in games, from collaborative recommendations to populate an open computational environment with autonomous hypothetical reasoning, and from dynamic health portal to measuring information quality, correctness, and readability from the web.

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