Artemas J. Radik
"When the Apple 2020 Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on June 22 in a new virtual format... WWDC20 will bring together the largest group of innovators and entrepreneurs ever assembled to connect, share, and create.
Among them will be 350 Swift Student Challenge winners from 41 different countries and regions. The students were chosen based on their original Swift playground submission, part of Apple’s annual WWDC student challenge, which recognizes and celebrates the next generation of coders and creators." [Apple]
PeerGC aims to provide a platform for peer to peer guidance counseling for high school students in communities underserved by existing college guidance resources. PeerGC works by offering volunteering and community service opportunities to college students, who provide guidance assistance to high school students similar to themselves.
PeerGC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and part of the Google for Nonprofits program. We are currently alpha testing our apps and services.
See PeerGC in action and learn more about it here.
MaskML is an iOS and ipadOS app that utilizes computer vision and machine learning—taking advantage of Apple's neural engine—to locate and classify human faces that are or are not wearing masks.
MaskML will be deployed onto a robot that can automatically roam hallways and remind people to wear masks using computer vision and machine learning.
See MaskML in action and learn more about it here.
Ever use a map app? Well, map apps use a type of pathfinding algorithm in order to route you from your origin to your destination. PathFinder is simply a tool that visualizes how these types of pathfinding algorithms work.
With PathFinder, you can visualize how the Breadth First Search, Depth First Search, and A* pathfinding algorithms operate upon your own custom drawn graphs. Intended for use by computer science students. Available on iOS, ipadOS, and macOS.
See PathFinder in action and learn more about it here.
These have been just a few featured projects... to see them all, checkout my GitHub profile.