Selected Open Source Projects
MIA 2022 Shared Task
We’ve released all of the training and evaluation data and open-sourced as well as the baselines for MIA 2022 Shared Task. This library also provide detailed instructions on how we could download, preprocess and build models for new languages, which may help practitioners who want to build open-domain QA system in their languages of interests.
[Github] / [Leaderboard (eval.ai)]
Wikipedia2Vec is a tool used for obtaining embeddings (or vector representations) of words and entities (i.e., concepts that have corresponding pages in Wikipedia) from Wikipedia.
[Paper] / [slides (Ja)] by Dr.Ikuya Yamada / [hackernews]
Chromium: The Chromium Projects
Chromium is an open-source browser project that aims to build a safer, faster, and more stable way for all Internet users to experience the web. This site contains design documents, architecture overviews, testing information, and more to help you learn to build and work with the Chromium source code.
Selected Personal Projects
In my spare time, I love developing applications and also competing at hackathons (mainly working as an iOS/front-end engineer)!
Thanks to my awesome teammates, I won several nationwide hackathons so far <3
Miga (Awarded at JP Hacks 20l7)
Developed an iOS app to help women commute alone safely at night by notifying them of recent crimes nearby and automatically sending videos and locations to family or friends in emergencies.
Central (Awarded at the Berkeley Social Entrepreneur Contest 2016)
Developed a platform that connects local unaffiliated volunteers with organizations that provide emergency response services to increase the efficiency of post-disaster response.
[2016 Social Challenge Lab Winners Announced]
Github Commit Visualizer (temporarily under maintenance) (1st place at Information Visualization Contest at The University of Tokyo)
Developed a web application to visualize the activity level of open source projects based on Github commit history and repository stars using d3.js.