I am a senior at Columbia University studying computer science, advised by Carl Vondrick. I work on teaching machines a high-level creative understanding of the dynamic real world, which I believe requires learning from video without manual supervision. I am also interested in language, machine learning, sound, and interaction as they relate to this.

This summer, I will be working with Chen Sun and Jiajun Wu at Google Research. Then, I will start a PhD at Berkeley AI Research, (temporarily) advised by Alexei Efros.

Research

  • Oops! Predicting Unintentional Action in Video
    Dave Epstein, Boyuan Chen, Carl Vondrick
    PaperProject Page
    CVPR 2020
  • Learning to Learn Words from Visual Scenes
    Dídac Surís*, Dave Epstein*, Heng Ji, Shih-Fu Chang, Carl Vondrick
    PaperProject Page
  • What's Missing from Self-Supervised Representation Learning?
    Dave Epstein*, Yiliang Shi*, Eugene Wu, Carl Vondrick
  • NEUZZ: Efficient Fuzzing with Neural Program Learning
    Dongdong She, Kexin Pei, Dave Epstein, Junfeng Yang, Baishakhi Ray, Suman Jana
    Paper
    IEEE S&P 2019

Teaching

Past
Advanced Computer Vision
Teaching Assistant
COMS 6998-3 (Spring 2019)
Data Structures and Algorithms
Head Teaching Assistant
COMS 3134 (Fall 2017 - Summer 2019)