Ben Taylor

Software, Cybersecurity, and ML Engineer

About Me

Let me introduce myself

Hey, I'm Ben. I build cool shit.

I've built apps to analyze literature for me for my English courses, programmed robots to shoot lasers in my eyes, and eaten enough candy for a billion lifetimes. I'm a lover of learning, linguistics, electric ukulele, and ultimate frisbee.

I use tech ranging from VueJS, NodeJS, cloud technologies, and MongoDB on the web to Assembly and C++ for cybersecurity and algorithm competitions to Python, Tensorflow, and LaTeX for research. Really, I've done a bit of everything

Got a project idea? Hit me up if you want something built right and built fast.

Portfolio

Selected Projects

Pitchly

A web application that uses natural language processing and computer vision to provide automated feedback on presentation practice sessions.

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Biasly

A chrome extension that uses machine learning and cloud technologies to flag social media posts as politically biased.

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Trashy but Smart

An IoT trashcan that uses computer vision to classify an object as recyclable or not, then place it into the correct bin.

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SWV_L

A cybersecurity competitions team with over thirty members. This project taught me just how much harder building communities is than building software.

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Matt Silverman

A portfolio website built for a product designer in San Francisco. Not my most innovative project, but probably my prettiest.

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DevPost

See more of my projects on my DevPost portfolio.

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