I’m currently a Masters Student at UC Berkeley studying Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. My focus is on signal processing and machine learning. Outside of school, I hack together projects inspired by new things I’ve learned or problems I see in the world. I also write articles on Medium about tech and public policy.
Currently I'm learning: 3D modeling with Blender, Intelligent Investing
Starbucks is quietly revolutionizing their business with AI. Read about their various AI initiatives and how it factors into their…
What is a REST API and how can you create one with Google Cloud Functions
A brief introduction to embedded linux and its development ecosystem.
Design a real-time exercise repetition counter using basic signal processing concepts.
A discussion of informed consent and why it can’t easily be used for data privacy.
For the past couple of years, my personal website was been hosted on a Heroku free dyno. It was Node.JS with an Express backend and...
Learn how to build an end-to-end image compression system in Python using the EZW Algorithm
Last week, I went to the ER for the first time. This article surveys the numerous inefficiencies which I observed through the whole ordeal.
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is the process of extracting text out of images. There are numerous open source engines out there which make it incredibly...
Designed control system for the Ryze Tello drone to follow a visual reference marker in 3D space. Developed with OpenCV and multi-threaded Python
An anonymous, decentralized blogging platform powered by the blockchain through the Blockstack API
Generated brackets for the March Madness college basketball tournament using Machine Learning
Website to visualize sound data from the California Coast. Designed in collaboration with NOAA to help ocean resource managers to understand the impacts of sound in the ocean and improve impact assessments.
An anti-procrastination app which helps students build time management skills by automatically constructing a homework schedule for them