Michelle Hua took home the top spot in a major international science competition.
Hua is a sophomore at Cranbrook Kingswood School. She found out on Friday that she was a top winner of the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair.
Judges deemed Hua’s project a fundamental contribution to the field of machine learning with applications in artificial intelligence. She is the first female to win the top prize in a decade.
Her classmate Margaret Yang also impressed judges. She received first place in the international competition.
Both girls hope to be role models for the younger generation in STEM.
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