Gagandeep Reehal at an event
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Gagandeep Reehal is an Indian entrepreneur, engineer, AI researcher and author. He is co-founder, CEO and CTO of Minus Zero, an autonomous vehicle startup based in India. An alumnus of Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, he is known for his work in ongoing development of affordable fully self driving cars for highly unstructured Indian traffic, and research on nature-inspired AI algorithms that are less dependent on extensive training data. He has authored three books -
- Burial amidst Gods - a cold mess (Poetry, 2020) 
- Mother (Novel, 2019) 
- A coffee date (Anthology, 2019 ) 
- Choudhury, Ambika (30 March 2021). "The Hustle Of Minus Zero: The Punjabi Startup Building Affordable, Fully Autonomous EVs For Indian Roads". Analytics India Magazine.
- "Minus Zero tests autonomous three-wheeler in Jalandhar, working on self-driving car". The Economic Times. 9 April 2021.
- "Minus Zero tests autonomous three-wheeler vehicle in Jalandhar". Indian Startup News. 12 April 2021.
- "Minus Zero aims to develop driverless vehicles for shared mobility in India • EVreporter". EVreporter.
- Mitra, Nilanjan (Apr 28, 2021). "Are Autonomous Vehicles capable enough to outperform an Indian Driver in India? Minus Zero gives the first Test Dose!". The Machine Maker.
- K, Meghana (10 April 2021). "Minus Zero: India's First Autonomous Car Testing In Panjab". TechStory.
- "[Deeptech Innovator] Inside Minus Zero: A journey in building an Indian affordable self-driving car". DATAQUEST. 16 April 2021.
- Reehal, Gagandeep (2021). Burial amidst Gods: a cold mess. ISBN 979-8-5601-1167-0. Search this book on
- Reehal, Gagandeep (30 September 2019). Mother. Gagandeep Reehal. ISBN 978-1-6965-9049-5. Search this book on
- Reehal, Gagandeep. a coffee date: tales of love, war and a little hooman. Gagandeep Reehal. ISBN 978-1-64783-018-2. Search this book on
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