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Saliency mapping for cardiac imaging

At Caption Health (now part of GE Healthcare), I worked with Charles Frye on a method for interpreting which parts of ultrasound video contributed to algorithimic detection of heart valve disease.
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Dreaming up radical AI futures

Our Relationship with AI: Exploring the Present & Dreaming Up Radical Futures was a workshop at FAccT CtrlZ.AI Zine Fair 2020. I co-organized this workshop with other members of the Radical AI Network, leading the participants in a collaborative hands-on data painting of their personal and collective imagined futures with AI.
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Dear Data postcard exchange

Following the footsteps of the Dear Data project by Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec, Ching Hsieh and I exchanged a series of handmade data visualization postcards, each one depicting a codified slice of our personal lives.

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The Narrative Explorer

The Narrative Explorer is an app for deconstructing and visualizing narrative structure of stories. It was project co-designed with Asako Miyakawa that I expanded into my Masters degree in Computer Science.
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The Mind's Eye

The Mind's Eye was a gesture-based interactive UI for exploring 3D models of the brain via a LeapMotion controller. James Gao and I co-designed this UI for the Cognitive Technologies exhibit at the Exploratorium museum.
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Dr. Brainlove

Dr. Brainlove is a climbable interactive 27-foot-long brain car with lights controllable by EEG and neural models. It was built by the artist-scientist consortium the Phage, dubbed by the Atlantic "the most Burning Man thing ever", and was featured at SXSW Interactive and the Bay Area Science Festival.
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Pyrcca is an open-source Python package for performing canonical correlation analysis (CCA). I developed it as part of my PhD research in the Gallant lab, which involved modeling brain activity using CCA. Pyrcca is not actively maintained - use at your own risk.
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Berkeley Science Review: digital magazine

The mobile app of the Berkeley Science Review magazine was based on the now defunct Adobe InDesign Digital Publishing Suite. I led development for the app, in collaboration with Asako Miyakawa and Helene Moorman.

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