I will stream some projects on Twitch.
Here is an overview of current projects. See more.
Fog: a client side encryption service for cloud syncing purposes. GitHub
IoT Arm: An old robotic arm kit which I am adding a microcontroller to.
MIDI Light controller: A Midi keyboard to control light shows GitHub
Servers: I have a few servers where I host my own git repos, files and this website.
Corners: A game where you try to corner your opponent GitHub
From November 2018 to December 2019 I worked in
working with active logic and self reasoning
Live and Learn, Ask and Tell; Agents Over Tasks
was accepted at IWSDS 2019.
From May of 2019 to May 2020, I worked in Hanan Samet's lab where I worked on an iOS version of his NewsStand system.
I have taken a wide variety of computer science courses during my undergraduate
career and a few during my graduate career. My most recent classes are
shown here. See more.
Decison Making for Robots: Built cheap autonomous robots to map out areas. See this paper for an overview with it's corresponding github.
Wireless and Mobile Systems for the IoT: Designed a protocl for acoustic indoor localization See this paper for an overview with it's corresponding github.
Here are some papers I have written for classes or my personal musings
Transformative Experiences: Paper based on L. A Paul's book.
Diversity and Disagreement Paper for Wisdom of Crowds.
What exactly is chance? Paper for Wisdom of Crowds.
Are we born with a sense of right and wrong? Essay for Innate Knowledge
Sexual Orientation is such an odd idea Paper for Ethics of Sex.
I have taken and enjoyed every philosophy course I have ever taken.
Here is an overview of classes I especially enjoyed.
Causation, Chance, and Law: What is causation? What does it mean for A to cause B? What exactly is Chance? What makes something a law? Can we ever be sure of laws?
Wisdom of Crowds: Why do groups of people converge on certain ideas? Why do groups disagree? Why is there polarization?
Innate Knowledge: How do you know you know something? More importantly, how do you know you don't know something? Are we born knowing things?
Comparison, Conflict and Change: We all have values. We all have things we think are important. How do we compare incomparable values? What happens when we have 2 conflicting values? How do we deal with changes in our values system?
Know Thyself, Wisdom through Cognitive Science: What internal biases do I have? What factors influence my decision making? How can I prevent external influences?