While studying e-commerce at Wuhan University back in 2010, Qishen began teaching himself computer science. After getting his master’s degree from the University of Tokyo, he began participating in Kaggle—computer vision and natural language processing competitions, mostly—which got him a total of 6 gold medals.
Qishen Ha currently works at LINE Corporation, a social platform with hundreds of millions users worldwide. To relax, Qishen enjoys taking photographs and competing on Kaggle.
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What can you now do on a Z that you couldn’t do before?
I can debug my code faster.
What is the next thing you want to learn or experiment with on your Z?
I would like to explore implementing more computer vision methods.
How has access to powerful NVIDIA GPUs helped to push your work further?
By running multiple experiments at the same time I can push my works much faster!
What’s your favorite Z feature?
Small body, huge power! I also like the Zbook Studio’s scalability: it’s quiet yet powerful.