Before I even started coding, I attended hackathons to first start building and improving my skills. Now, 21 hackathons later, I can proudly say it has helped shape the developer I am today.
FirstNet Public Safety HackathonMarch 23rd - 24th, 2018
San Francisco, California
Developed a mobile application which communcicates a victims medical data from inside an ambulance to doctors at hospital.
Global AI Hackathon - TorontoJune 23rd - 25th, 2017
Developed a python library which can be imported into any python game and change the difficulty of the game based on the real-time emotion of player. Uses OpenCV and webcam for facial recognition, and a custom machine learning model trained on a Kaggle facial emotion dataset using Tensorflow and Keras. This project recieved 1st place prize at the Global AI Hackathon - Toronto and was also invited to demo at NextAI Canada.1st Place Winner
McGill AI for Social Innovation HackathonJune 17th - 18th, 2017
Developed realtime facial microexpression analyzer using AI
Open Source Circular Economy Days HackathonJune 10th, 2017
Developed a custom admin interface for the food waste startup Genecis to manage their data and provide analytics.1st Place Winner
HackMiningMay 12th - 14th, 2017
Developed neural network to optimize a mining process
SpaceApps WaterlooApril 28th - 30th, 2017
Developed Earthwatch, a web application which allows users in a plane to virtually see important points of interest about the world below them. They can even choose to fly away from their route and then fly back if they choose. Special thanks to CesiumJS for providing open source world and plane models.
StartHacks IMarch 4th - 5th, 2017
Developed at StartHacks 2017, Recipic is a mobile app which allows the user to take pictures of ingredients around their house, classify those ingredients using the ClarifAI image recognition API, and return suggested recipes to make using the provided ingredients. Recipic recieved 1st place at the hackathon for best pitch and hack.1st Place Winner