I'm a third-year student at UC Berkeley, studying Computer Science and Statistics.
I work with Sergey Levine in deep reinforcement learning, as well as Ben Brown in interpretable machine learning.
This spring, I'm teaching Stat 140: Probability for Data Science , a course I co-developed last year. I've taught Stat 134 previously as well.
My first name is Dibya, pronounced `Dibbo` or `Dih-bo`; please don't spell it that way though.
I've had my share of creative pronounciations and spellings before: Dybia, Deebo, Divya, Daybi,...
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