Some projects I have worked on:
I gave a presentation for Scale by the Bay at Twitter on how Google is using llvm and swift to build the next generation of Tensorflow. Content: video, interview, slides.
I gave a presentation for the Advanced Spark and Tensorflow user group at Cloudflare on how to use tensorflow.js and neural networks to perform predictions on edge devices. Content: code, slides.
I gave a presentation for the Swift user group at Lyft on how to use convolutional neural networks to do image recognition, with a specific focus on mobile devices. Content: video, slides.
I did a seminar at Alt Conf during WWDC on how to tackle different problems using traditional machine learning and neural networks, then looked at currently available approaches to solving various problems on mobile devices. Slides: pdf.
I worked with Jeremy, Andrew, Sylvain and other fastai students to help improve CIFAR and Imagenet training.
I spoke at a systems panel, gave a presentation on neural networks, helped people with their projects, and drank a lot of caffeine.
Note: for both presentations the audio gets a lot better about five minutes in!
v1: A presentation I gave at Thumbtack to the Advanced Spark/Tensorflow meetup on how MCTS, Alpha Go, Alpha Go Zero and Alpha Zero can be used to solve the game of go. Slides: pdf.
v1.0.1: Did talk again to Advanced Spark/Tensorflow meetup at Strata Conf in San Jose, updated slides: pdf.
Quarkworks worked with their internal team on the iOS architecture of this app that helps organizers manage events.
A presentation I gave at Realm to the Swift user group on how to use convolutional neural networks to do image recognition on mobile devices. Slides: online, pdf.
A presentation I gave at Realm to the Swift user group on how to improve your usage of git. Slides: pdf.
Quarkworks worked with their internal team on the iPhone and Android apps of this platform that helps users connect based on shared passions and interests.
Over the summer, Github sponsored a student from Singapore that I helped mentor who added tap prioritization to homebrew.
An overview of computational optimization methods with applications to bioinformatics, written with some fellow graduate students at Mizzou.
I wrote a website and worked on some other internal projects as a research assistant for CIVA while at Mizzou.
QuarkWorks worked with their internal team on the iPhone and Android apps for this app that allows users to purchase tickets on the go for games and events.
I am a former maintainer of homebrew, a unix package mananger for the mac.
Bryan and I helped improve this iPhone app that helps users to test their internet speeds.
QuarkWorks wrote the iPhone and Android apps for this app that provides users with info about reproductive tissue banking services.
QuarkWorks wrote iPhone and Android apps with a web backend for a local film festival showcasing female artists to display films, synopsis, trailers, cast info, and show times/location information.
QuarkWorks wrote iPhone and Android apps with a web backend for a local blues/bbq festival to display/manage artists, show times and location information.
Bryan and I wrote an iPhone app as part of Startup Weekend: Columbia.
Bryan Pratte and I wrote an iPhone/Android app for managing coupons.
My first app, a mobile navigation aid for pilots to keep track of aviation charts.
A website delivering multiple video streams from the cloud so that users could experience a live movie production set.
My first feature length film, about a failed caper.
I used to contribute to wikipedia, an online encyclopedia.
I did OCR, proofreading and helped publish over a dozen books with the Project Gutenberg Distributed Proofreaders.
A website to display some of the three dozen short films I made during film school.
My first video game.