I enjoy writing, and have occasionally published content on other websites. Here are a few of my favorite pieces!
Nearly half a century ago, the residents of Davis Square, a neighborhood just a few subway stops away from MIT, got what they had long been waiting for.
November 28, 2018
I regularly attend meetings with MIT's AI Ethics Reading Group, and I led one of the group's discussions this semester. After picking a couple of sources, I crafted several discussion questions to prompt a broader discussion about the implications of AI for online privacy and anonymity.
November 20, 2017
Kaggle recently published the results of their survey on the state of the data science industry. As someone with a budding interest in data science, I used this as an opportunity to learn about what people thought were the best ways of getting started with data science. I explored the dataset for a few days, created multiple data displays, and published my findings in a kernel on Kaggle.
November 08, 2017
Major League Hacking organizes Local Hack Day once a year. In previous years, I've recorded two workshops for Local Hack Day attendees and organized three of the events at my high school.
July 23, 2017
I have a budding interest in data science, and to experiment with it, I occasionally attempt to enter challenges on Kaggle. For the competition about estimating the duration of New York City taxi trips, I created a feature that seemingly nobody had explored yet, and wrote a guide on how to incorporate it into an existing model.
July 20, 2017
I've written numerous tutorials, presentations, and more for Bronx Science Hackers, the programming club I started at my high school. Some of the topics I've written about include introductions to web design, mobile development, and data science, as well as tutorials on using GitHub and Jupyter. Since we can only meet in school once a week, all of my writings on our club's website act as resources members are able to refer to at home.