• Devin Hahn

    Senior Video Producer

    Devin Hahn

    Devin Hahn creates video content for BU Today, Bostonia online, and The Brink. He is a producer, a cameraman, an editor, and, under duress, a writer. Profile

  • Aaron Hwang (ENG’21)

    Student Video Producer

    Aaron Hwang (ENG’21) is majoring in mechanical engineering. He has been producing a growing number of videos for BU's various online media outlets since arriving as a freshman in 2017. After he first picked up a camera in 2013, his filmmaking has taken him to rainy Taipei streets, Tokyo shrines, Himalayan valleys, and all corners of Boston neighborhoods. His work spans dance concept videos, narrative short films, and most notably, advertisements, as the resident filmmaker for Sleek Machine. Suddenly remembering that he's an engineering student, Aaron has also been a mechanical systems leader for BU Racing and interned with independent pen manufacturer Schon DSGN. On weekends, he spends a lot of time designing his custom camera gear, playing board games, taking copious amounts of photos, and searching for Boston's best eggs Benedict. Profile

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There are 3 comments on Meet Jaco and Baxter, Machine Learning Robots Who Cook Perfect Hot Dogs

  1. It’s a little surprising that the teachers of Jaco and Baxter, Guang Yang and Zack Serlin (pictured and in the video), are not mentioned in the article.

  2. In consideration of health regs, how would you handle the sterilization of togs after handling raw food to cooked food? One arm to handle the raw with a second to handle cooked food to the bun? This should scare any $15 per hour food worker protesters.

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