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Status: A senior undergraduate student
Human Computation Lab,
College of Information Science, School of Informatics, University of
Address: RB523, Tennodai 1-1-1, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
- Contact: shintaro.kurimoto [at] gmail.com
I'm interested in technology that helps decision making. For example:
- User Modeling
- Recommender Systems
- Human Computation
- Network Science/Graph Mining
Shintaro Kurimoto, Yoshifumi Seki,
Issue Analysis of Election using News Browsing Behavior,
The 34th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence
(Non-referred, in Japanese), Kumamoto, Japan, June 9-12 2020
Shintaro Kurimoto, Yasuhiro Hayase, Hiroshi Yonai, Hiroyoshi
Ito, Hiroyuki Kitagawa,
An Investigation of Class Names Based on Graph Embedding of
Relationships between Program Elements,
The 81st National Convention of Information Processing Society of
(Non-referred, in Japanese), Fukuoka, Japan, March 14-16 2019
(Student Encouragement Award)
Research Intern, Gunosy Inc.: 2019/12 -
Machine Learning Engineer Intern,
M3, Inc.: 2019/04 - 2019/04
Research and Development Engineer Intern,
2018/07 - 2018/09
Frontend Engineer Intern,
Yahoo! JAPAN: 2018/08 -
Improved an algorithm used in the recommender system for AbemaTV,
popular online TV in Japan.
Surveyed research papers and summarized them for colleagues.
Comments by his mentor, Yo Naito: "He played an active role in
task setting and had enough coding skills."
Data Analyst Intern,
Retty Inc.: 2017/08 - 2017/09
Implemented new functions aimed at solving the problems of
existing systems for Yahoo! auction, the biggest auction service
- Completed from finding problems to interviewing users.
Comments by his mentor, Kaoru Kenjo: "He worked fast and
voluntarily supported other interns. I want him to join our
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology: 2017/06 - 2017/07
- Discovered trends in user's search behavior.
Comments by his mentor, Yusuke Kuwabara: "I enjoyed working with
him and wanted to work more with him."
- Assisted experiments.
Comments by his mentor, Ryusuke Hayashi: "He was unfortunately not
good at MATLAB but worked enthusiastically."
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