Hi! I'm currently pursuing my M.S. in Computer Science at Georgia Institute of Technology, specializing in Machine Learning and Computer Vision research under Professor Polo Chau & James Hays. Before that, I earned my dual degree in Computer Science & Business Administration at the University of Southern California. My research focus primarily deals with the interpretability of deep learning phenomenas such as Adversarial Attacks, and in explaining their robustness via visualization and other quantitative means. I also work closely with object detection, tracking, neural architecture search, GANs & inpainting.
A maker today, I believe the best way to improve our world is to add value through innovation and global leadership. From attending 30 hackathons and a dozen tech conferences, to working at large corporations i.e. Apple to Spotify, I believe that the key to success lies in self-motivation and unwavering grit.
In my spare time, I enjoy hiking outdoors, exploring new places, reading inspirational bios/stories, and indulging in history. On a daily basis, I immerse myself in HackerNews and a spectrum of tech feeds.
"Two-stage vs. One-stage detectors: State-of-the-art Object Detection and Tracking." Jason Lin, Qiang Liu. In progress.
interests: computer vision, deep learning, HCI, systems
contact: jlin401 [at] gatech [dot] edu