I am a PhD student in Computer Science at Tulane University. My research interests reside at the intersection between Human-Centered Design and Artificial Intelligence. My current work includes development of a cognitive model of decision making and bias using the cognitive architecture, ACT-R. I am also designing a computational model of spatial auditory attention using the AI framework of constraint satisfaction problems. In addition to research, I am passionate about STEM education and diversity and I enjoy sharing my love of technology with others through many outreach activities.
Mon 15 January 2018
Visual programming environments allow users to write and manipulate programs using graphical elements rather than text. Often, this is done to help novice programmers interact with code without having to worry about syntax. Several educational projects exist that make use of a visual programming environment, including MIT’s Scratch and Lego Mindstorm NXT-G.
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