Kuriakin Zeng is a John Harvard Scholar Computer Science undergrad at Harvard. He is currently conducting research on SimplyPut, a natural language processing and crowd-sourcing project that aims to improve medical literacy. He holds a Diploma in Electrical Engineering from the Singapore Polytechnic. He is the first polytechnic students to have achieved distinctions in all his classes and has received many accolades for his work including the Lee Kuan Yew Award. He enjoys building things and hopes to invent things that can improve our living conditions. He has developed software for many organizations and start-ups. He himself also runs several start-ups in which he also serves as the CTO and advisory board member.