Jeanette Luu

Jeanette Luu is a Java software engineer. She is working toward my M.S degree with the College of Computing, Machine Learing. Her research interest includes Artificial Intelligence, machine learning and their applications on lab testing.

Cherie Lum

Cherie Lum is a current master’s student in Computer Science at Georgia Tech. She pursued undergraduate studies in sociology and business at the University of Vermont. Previously, Cherie worked as an event planner, orchestrating luxury weddings and corporate parties as well as changed careers into being a front-end software engineer. Cherie is passionate about merging her love for technology with her inherent drive to connect people. Cherie contributes to this mission at the AI-ALOE lab, where they strive to enhance online learning for a diverse student population. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and connecting solo female travelers together at

Leena Kim

Leena Kim is an MSCS student at Georgia Tech specializing in Machine Learning. Leena holds a Bachelor of Art in Sociology from Kyung Hee University, South Korea. Her topic of research is personalized AI and general machine learning. 

Leena has professional experience in software engineering, front-end and back-end development and statistical data analysis. Leena is a Software Engineer in one of the leading banks in Korea and has previously worked in data analysis at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and United Nations Development Programme, Timor-Leste. 

Joon Kim

Joon Kim is based in San Francisco. He works in corporate partnerships at LinkedIn by day and studies as an OMSCS graduate student by night. He majored in mathematics and double majored in history as an undergraduate at Amherst College and spent two years working as an 8th grade math teacher with Teach for America. Joon is working in the DI Lab concurrently with his studies in the Artificial Intelligence course at Georgia Tech, and is passionate about the possibilities that AI will enable in education.

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Sara Kazemi

Sara Kazemi (they/she) is interested in topics intersecting cognitive science, computer science, linguistics, and education. In addition to being a graduate research assistant for the Jill Watson project with the DILab, they create developer-centered technical learning content at Okta.

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