A Love Letter to Nondualism

September 18, 2022 | β˜•οΈ 3 min read | πŸ“ San Francisco

Part 1 of N: A series on why and what I'm building now, starting with my personal operating system.

Kubeflow Walkthrough

November 17, 2021 | β˜•οΈ 10 min read | πŸ“ New York

Stepping through my Kubeflow Pipeline implementation

Stats Fundamentals

October 18, 2020 | β˜•οΈ 9 min read | πŸ“ Miami

I like to think of ISL as a survey of toolkits across different modeling approaches for a) fitting a model and b) examining model fit. Below are notes on ISL’s classification, regression, tree, and support-vector machine toolkits.

Automating Online Hate Speech Detection

September 2, 2019 | β˜•οΈ 8 min read | πŸ“ Edinburgh

This research surveys the capabilities and limitations of state-of-the-art (SOTA) deep learning classifiers. We aim to inform policy and decision makers, who must reconcile the benefits of social media platforms with the harms they threaten when hate speech is allowed to propagate.

The Limitations of the EU's GDPR

April 11, 2019 | β˜•οΈ 4 min read | πŸ“ Edinburgh

GDPR falls short of serving as a standard for algorithmic accountability because of its fraud clause, lack of consent guidelines, and allowance of complex data chains.

Why I Built An App

August 15, 2018 | β˜•οΈ 4 min read | πŸ“ San Francisco

When I graduated from college in 2017, I traveled. I spent a year in Australia, New Zealand, Berlin, and Manhattan. I met and left wonderful people. I began to think more abstractly about my relationships.

Visualizing Federal Trade Commission Cases

November 30, 2017 | β˜•οΈ 2 min read | πŸ“ New Zealand

From our findings, we can conclude that the FTC will continue to handle privacy-related cases, with a trend of that number doubling every decade, and that these cases may continue to be at the intersection of advertising, automobiles, and health care.