This was my final year computer science project dissertation I produced while studying at Durham University. The full title of the project was "Quickly Answering Multiple-Choice Questions using Deep Learning", which involved creating an automatic answering bot the (then) popular game HQ Trivia. The area of study involved performing open-domain question answering on games of HQ Trivia, using deep learning and Google AI Language's BERT to generate answer predictions in real time. This was my first exploration into machine learning and found it extremely interesting; I was able to achieve a result similar to the state of the art in open-domain, multiple-choice question answering. You can see the full paper here.

I attended Durham University from 2016-2019 and graduated with First Class Honours in BSc Computer Science.