I am an undergraduate student at the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University. I have a strong passion for data science and machine learning, particularly natural language processing (NLP). I have extensive research experience and have published at major conferences such as EMNLP and AAAI. I am also an Honorable Mention for the CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award. My present interests are mainly in dialogue agents, natural language understanding, and semantics.
I am currently working with Professor Jesse Hoey on dialogue agents and semantics, Professor Pascal Poupart on robust embeddings and machine translation, and Professor Olga Vechtomova on text story generation. Previously, I worked with Professor Edith Law to develop autonomous robots that can teach and interact with children.
Other than research, I enjoy machine learning projects, hackathons, and participating in extracurricular activities and clubs. In my free time, I like playing the piano, filming YouTube videos, and martial arts.
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