I’m currently a computer science graduate student at Georgia Tech working with Dr. Henrik Christensen and Dr. Irfan Essa. I graduated magna cum laude at Clemson University in December 2012 with a BS in Computer Engineering. I then went on to work for INSCOM/NSA before deciding to go back to school. My research interests include robotics, automation, computer vision, deep learning, and computer security. My current projects are segmentation in 3D and 4D spaciotemporal regions and gesture recognition with RGBD images. My work has been featured by websites/magazines such as The Washington Post, the Huffington Post, Techcruch, the Daily Dot, Mashable, Slashdot, Engadget, Linux User and Developer Magazine, raspberrypi.org, Hackaday, StackOverflow, and Lifehacker. I’ve been featured due to my Snapchat Captcha solver, Google Voice API, and voice-controlled software.