Kate Xu

I'm Kate, a senior at MIT studying Computer Science and Engineering. Currently, I am examining the biases of generative models and de-biasing these models with Professor Phillip Isola and Dr. Swami Sankaranarayanan.

Previously, I leveraged computer vision for image segmentation using liver biopsy images with Professor Nicholas Roy and Katherine Fairchild at the MIT Quest for Intelligence. I also developed a graph database for cyber threat hunting with Dr. Una-May O'Reilly and Dr. Erik Hemberg in the Anyscale Learning for All (ALFA) Group at MIT CSAIL.

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Research
sym Smartphone Imaging-Based Segmentation Algorithm Accurately Identifies Steatosis in Frozen Section Histology of Donor Livers
Katherine Xu, Siavash Raigani, Angela Shih, Sofia Baptista, Ivy Rosales, Nicola Parry, Stuti G. Shroff, Joseph Misdraji, Korkut Uygun, Heidi Yeh, Katherine Fairchild, Leigh Anne Dageforde
The Liver Meeting by the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, 2021
Poster

sym Linking Threat Tactics, Techniques, and Patterns with Defensive Weaknesses, Vulnerabilities and Affected Platform Configurations for Cyber Hunting
Erik Hemberg, Jonathan Kelly, Michal Shlapentokh-Rothman, Bryn Reinstadler,
Katherine Xu, Nick Rutar, Una-May O'Reilly
arXiv, 2021
arXiv

Activities
MIT Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar

   


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