Mahasa Zahirnia has pioneered technologies that employs Artificial Intelligence which activity mimic human reasoning, and uses these methods to obtain insight into how the brain represents and stores information about sensory stimuli and transforms such information into action. She has been able to develop and design products that can achieve the ultimate goal of complete autonomy. Her methodology focuses on automating activities and tasks that are repeatable and cannot be executed by humans. Through her research, she has found when “patterns of behaviors are identified” machine learning becomes a natural growth of the design. She has carried out foundational work in computational architecture of individual and system of system programs using machine-learning techniques, which has helped, set the path for today’s logical systems. From building Robotics for plant automation to solving COVID issues, her research and work ethics has contributed to the development of the next generation of technologies that are intelligent, context-aware and Socially Good products. She has received numerous awards for her designs and leaderships from Department of Defense and the Commercial Sector, with several publications in conferences and journals. She has graduated at the top of her class and has progressively created products that created industry shift to smart technologies. Her work has delivered artificial intelligence, system monitoring, data science, machine computation, statistical machine learning, data mining, ubiquitous computing, robotics/automation and human computer interaction. She has proven that Artificial Intelligence can be used in most aspects of the engineering design and services. She is a game changer in developing the next generation of products and engineering workforce.