I am a researcher, data scientist and project manager. I study Computational Economics at The George Washington University. I graduated from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics in 2017. I am also a Technology Fellow and project manager at the Innovation Center, George Washington's social innovation accelerator.
My research interests span fair and moral AI, computational economics, and philosophy of mind. I apply computing technology to social problems.
My undergraduate work was advised by Aylin Caliskan, Rahul Simha, and Ben Williams.
As automation proliferates and algorithms become increasingly responsible for high-stakes decision-making, AI agents face moral dilemmas in fields ranging from market design to robots. To lower the barrier to training moral agents, this research develops a heuristic-based weak learning approach to moral decision-making.
Innovation is important to growth and welfare, and nations sponsor research and craft legislation to encourage it. But how can we measure the impact of these investments? This research measures the spread of innovation with patent citation network analysis and explores the effect of recent legislation on knowledge flows between inventions.
Star Wars meets Galaga in this arcade-style 2D space shooter, built with Java Swing GUI. Fly your X-Wing across a beautiful starscape, blasting the Death Star's TIE fighters. Turn on your sound to hear the original NAMCO Galaga soundtrack and sound effects.
To communalize the fashion process, the Thisfits team is building a streamlined social media app for real-time fashion feedback and documentation. Thisfits features social feeds where friends and strangers can collaborate on outfits and pieces.