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<aside> 💡 Hanna is a Master's student in psychology at New York University (NYU) and in computer science at the University of Tübingen. She's interested in both human and artificial intelligence and how to bridge the gap between the two. Specifically, she is interested in using computational methods to model and better understand the complexities of our mind, brain, and behavior. Her current research investigates whether modern language models can understand cause and effect and reason in ways similar to humans. Hanna is the founding president of the Cognitive Science Club at NYU, which features regular speakers and discussions on topics related to computer science, neuroscience, and psychology. Prior to starting her Master's degree at NYU on a Fulbright scholarship, she studied cognitive and computer science at the National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, Hong Kong University, and the University of Tübingen, where she received her B.Sc. In her free time, she likes running, cycling, and exploring NYC, nature and other cultures.

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