Hi! I'm a student at Harvard pursuing a B.A. and M.S. in Computer Science, minor in English. Previously I was a SWE intern at Apple, and I am a current research intern at IBM this summer.
My research interests include: machine learning, natural language processing, human-computer interaction, algorithmic fairness & privacy, and creating tools to make education more accessible. As part of MIT CSAIL's Internet Policy Research Initiative group, I'm doing research on designing & building a conversational, natural language programming agent used to make CS education more accessible. I also write about fairness and ethics in AI in my blog Fair Bytes.
I love hackathons and have organized 10+ hackathons (international, national, institutional, and regional). I founded and led PixelHacks, the Bay Area's first all-female high school hackathon, which is now in its 5th iteration. I also currently direct HackHarvard.
In my free time, I like to write fiction (fantasy, sci-fi, & drama) and have amassed over 200K+ readers across stories published online. I also love calligraphy, rewatching Star Wars movies, and cheering on the Golden State Warriors.
You can reach me at cyeo [at] college.harvard.edu.