Hi, my name's Anthony.
I'm an MIT '19 majoring in computer science, with a specific focus on theoretical neuroscience and AI.
At MIT, I help organize HackMIT, lead the dev team for MIT TechX, and write code for MIT's UAV team.
Raptor is an experimental, interpreted, functional programming language I created from scratch as a learning exercise. It supports first class functions, partial function application, and external procedure calls.
Lightweight computer vision web app that segments words in images to help people speed read real-life books. Won best project under 4KB of code at YHack 2015.
Generalizes the game of tic-tac-toe to the fourth spatial dimension. In this project, I both developed algorithms to support gameplay in arbitrarily higher dimensions and built a 3D web game to play 4D tic tac toe.
I love fusing computer science and art, and this project is a great example of that. I used Cartesian genetic programming to evolve computer-generated art pieces under the guidance of a human fitness function.