Incoming intern under AI and Research working on Bing for Summer 2018!
I'm a computer science undergrad at Georgia Tech, with concentrations in Artificial Intelligence and Theory. I'm interested in using natural language processing and computer vision to make intelligent machines.
What I Do
I work in the Computational Linguistics Lab at Georgia Tech under Dr. Jacob Eisenstein. I'm currently working on document level tasks, like translation and summarization.
The Agency is the AI/ML club at Georgia Tech. I give weekly talks on machine learning and plan club events.
I assist students in understanding AI topics including heurisitic search, probabalistic reasoning, and neural networks.
What I've Done
I worked at Quantlab Financial, a high frequency algorithmic trading firm. I used machine learning and signal processing techniques to build an anomaly detection service for the trading systems and networks.
I was a TA for CS 1331, an introductory Java course. I planned and taught recitation lectures to 50 students weekly.
Projects I've done for courses and fun. Code for some is available on Github
As a member of the organizing team for HackGT, I built a photo booth that uses neural style transfer to transform a picture. Participants at our events can use the physical booth or text in photos to our MMS service.
Airbnb vs. Hotels
This was a course project for Data and Visual Analytics. Our project was an interactive visualization showing the differences between Airbnb listings and hotels in New York. I built a directed sentiment analysis system that could quantify sentiment towards specific aspects of a listing from reviews, like hospitality or cleanliness.
Paizza: Winner @ Hack Duke 2016
Paizza is an intelligent search engine for Piazza, a commonly used course forum platform. I built an information retrieval and document clustering backend system for finding similar questions on a forum. Our project won first prize in the Education Track!