I'm a first year Computer Science PhD student at Stanford University
. My research is at the intersection of human-computer interaction
and artificial intelligence
. I'm interested in studying human interaction with intelligent systems and building systems that improve our relationship with technology.
I completed my undergraduate degree at UC Berkeley, where I most recently worked with David Bamman
on natural language processing in the digital humanities. Previously, I worked with César Torres
in the Hybrid Ecologies Lab
on human-computer interaction, where we characterized tacit knowledge in creative processes using time-series clustering.