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Alavari

Jeevathol

(he/him/his)

My life pursuits

Business process automation

Artificial intelligence

Lived environment

Humanism

Interfaith dialogue

Meditation

Martial arts

A.I. & business process automation


My design approach is driven by empathy, and draws from neuropsychology and neurophilosophy, to produce the best possible business outcomes.


I believe in the humane use of technology for the good of humankind, and of our ecosystem more widely.

Humanism and interfaith dialogue

I advocate for humanism as a way of life and use it to guide my charity work and community service.

Humanism, along with wisdom from other belief systems - including religions - can and should be used primarily to help us find, and cherish, our common humanity, I believe.

I find my life to be enriched by dialogue with others of different beliefs. I strive to embody love and understanding based on a shared humanistic spirituality.

Education and work experience

Education

  • BSc (Hons.) Biomedical Science with Neuroscience, Imperial College London


  • MSc Neuroscience, King’s College London

Work experience


Work experience (continued)








Meditation and martial arts

“Do not think dishonestly.

The Way is in training.

Become acquainted with every art.

Know the Ways of all professions.

Distinguish between gain and loss in worldly matters.

Develop intuitive judgment and understanding for everything.

Perceive those things which cannot be seen.

Pay attention even to trifles.

Do nothing which is of no use. . . .

Language does not extend to explaining the Way in detail, but it can be grasped intuitively.”


— Miyamoto Musashi

Go Rin No Sho, 1645 CE

“Much better, like Archimedes, to be killed because of absorption in eternal things . . . There is a possibility in human minds of something mysterious as the night-wind, deep as the sea, calm as the stars, and strong as Death, a mystic contemplation, the 'intellectual love of God.' Those who have known it cannot believe in wars any longer, or in any kind of hot struggle. If I could give to others what has come to me in this way, I could make them too feel the futility of fighting. But I do not know how to communicate it: when I speak, they stare, applaud, or smile, but do not understand."


— Bertrand Russell

Letter to Miss Rinder, July 30, 1918 CE



Reach out

Humanism, interfaith dialogue, community service

Lived environment, automation, A.I.

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