Frame the Future

A video series featuring people who inspire me, including prominent entrepreneurs, VCs, and domain experts in tech. I wanted to share their stories to show the diversity and humanity of an often faceless industry.

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Samaritan

An SMS-based chatbot for immigrants and web interface for immigrant service centers to customize chatbot. Immigrants can receive region-specific info on healthcare, childcare, legal, and employment services. Service centers can input filters to dynamically generate chatbot questions.

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CultureCV

A computer vision-based language learning app where users can tag photos of culturally significant images around them. App will learn from custom data and helps improve diversity of training sets. Winner of Treehacks Best Use of Expo and Runner-Up Best Use of Microsoft technologies 2018.

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The Maker Mode

A website that features blogs about interesting projects geared toward high school students. Authors can submit informative, informal posts that provide resources to encourage interactive exploration of various fields. Made with JavaScript/JQuery, HTML/CSS. Ongoing project.

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Divercity

A webapp allowing the user to view any city's metrics of gentrification and leave comments that help explain the culture of the city. Uses logistic regression model to predict gentrification metrics for cities lacking data. Winner of HackOverflow Best Web App 2018.

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heis

A real-time, location-based app experience - think a video game x hide-and-seek. Current version is a 2-team game, with each team having special abilities. Am iterating with different multiplayer game mechanics in my free time. Made with React Native, available in the Google Play Store.

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journalx

An Android journaling app that provides thought-provoking daily prompts to the user. Prompts are pulled and updated through Firebase. App includes option to favorite entries, and stores persistent memory in phone file storage. Made with Java/Android Studio, available in the Google Play Store.

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PillPal

An easily customizable pill dispenser. The UI is a graphical display allowing the user to send medication intervals and amounts to a Raspberry Pi. The dispenser is made from laser-cut acrylic parts, and the dispensing mechanism is powered by a servo motor. Written from bare metal in C.

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Teens Exploring Code

Founded an organization that organizes annual, free public events for teens around the Bay Area to learn about computer science. Our conference and educational hackathon reached over 200 teens. Received 2017 City of Palo Alto Think Fund Impact and Grantee of the Year Award.

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Lumos

A voice-controlled memory assistant in AR for the Microsoft HoloLens. Allows note-taking on virtual sticky notes and integrates with Microsoft CV API to identify current environments. Notes are editable, deletable, and movable in space. Winner of HoloHacks 2017.

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HazMap

A cross-platform app that crowdsources real-time data about unusual health symptoms to help researchers identify public health concerns. Displays localized clusters of high-frequency concerns for individual users. Made with React Native.

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Pytron

A webapp allowing scientists to create Python protocols for the Opentrons pipetting robot. Simple graphical UI lets scientists generate customizable code easily, without necessitating prior programming experience. Winner of BIOME Biohackathon 2017 Opentrons Prize.

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PhyloForest

A VR visualization for phylogenetic trees. Includes logarithmic linearization for SNP differences across different species, to provide a more intuitive 3D experience. Calls the EggNOG API for genetic information. Winner of Treehacks Most Innovative Genomics Hack 2017.

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Magic, Madness and More: Computer Science Decoded

Wrote introductory computer science curriculum and taught to over 100 middle/high schoolers total for Stanford Splash Spring and Fall 2017. Included activities geared for promoting creativity while learning basic programming practices.

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