This is Tyler Weitzman's cs.stanford.edu homepage. I am a Masters of Science student at Stanford University specializing in the Artificial Intelligence track. My undergraduate work was in cryptography, also at Stanford University. My bachelors major advisor is Professor Andras Vasy My M.S. CS advisor is Professor Dan Boneh. To visit my personal site go to tylerweitzman.com and to go to my old undergraduate stanford student page go to https://stanford.edu/~tylerwe
Paper: Efficient and Secure Group Messaging
My writing-in-the-major work on secure group messaging in pursuit of my Bachelors of Science in Mathematics at Stanford University
Advisors: Professor Andras Vasy (math department major advisor), Professor Cheng-Chiang Tsai (Applied Cryptography Professor Math 110), Professor Dan Boneh (Computer Science Cryptography Professor)
Review:Excellent paper that actually touch some rather deep topic!!
The way Definition 3 is phrased seems a bit confusing.
This paper has quite abundant content (of size more like an actual paper than a term paper, say) that it can use an abstract! Cheng-Chiang Tsai
Paper: CloneBot: Personalized Dialogue-Response Predictions
Coauthor: Hoon Pyo (Tim) Jeon, PhD Candidate, Graduate School of Business
My deep learning research in natural language generation in pursuit of my Masters of Science in Computer Science at Stanford University
Advisors: Professor Chris Manning (CS224N), Professor Andrew Maas (CS224S), Dilara Soylu (M.S., 224N TA 2021)
Quite interesting project with an impressive number of custom datasets! Not only I quite enjoyed reading your paper, but I have also learned a lot. Congratulations on making it to the end of the quarter and all the best! - Dilara Soylu
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