Hey there! I am a Master's student at the University of Toronto where my advisor is Yang Xu. My research focuses on exploring computational models of the cognitive mechanisms that underlie language change. I am very fortunate to have my research supported by a Vector Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence.
Previously, I worked on training deep generative models, discovering rude behaviour through semantic and acoustic cues, and performing activity recognition via live sensing.
MISE is an intensive summer camp for bright high school students to learn about cutting-edge research in engineering and other sciences. Recently, I was a research mentor at MISE in Ghana where I taught a select group of students about machine learning and its applications to computer security. I hope my efforts will motivate them to one day become leaders in these fields and transform the global R&D landscape.