Satyam Dwivedi is a writer, linguist and musician based in Varanasi, India. He completed his graduation and masters in Linguistics from BHU, and currently, he works as a Senior Research Fellow in Computational Linguistics at HSS, IIT BHU.
Mr Dwivedi hails from a long practised Sanskrit scholars’ clan and has done some work on Paninian Framework. Primary areas of his research interests include anything that is related to languages and mainly Core Linguistics, Criminology, NLP, AI, Indology, Religion and so on.
His recent ventures include developing a ‘text-based hybrid automated question answering system’ for Indic languages following paninian formalism of computation, which can be extended to other languages of the world. Further, currently, he is working on a ‘full-fledged IPA renderer tool’ for Indian languages.
He has an in-depth knowledge of Indian mythology, and the credit for that goes to his father who made him memorise around 10k Sanskrit verses by the age of seven itself. Some of the scriptures Mr Dwivedi have worked on are- Bhagwad Gita, Upanishads, Mahabharat, Bhagwat Mahapuran etc.
Mr Dwivedi is fond of music and can play 16 musical instruments which include percussion and non-percussion instruments from wind and string families. The area of his expertise is non-percussion instruments.
Currently, I divide my time between Varanasi and Kannauj.
Enabling linguists and grassroots to preserve their languages, Promote qualitative research through use of technology
Epistemological schools, Mythology, India's contribution to the knowledge tradition, Comparative study
Anything related to human-machine interaction and natural language processing for Indian languages
Study of human behaviour, Spiritual awakening, Ideas for sustainable development, Insights from Indic wisdom