Bobby Bress is a junior at New Providence High School with a deep passion for applications related to the study of computer science algorithms for advanced networks. Bobby studied Complex Networks at the Univerisity of Pennsylvania’s Summer Engineering Academy and has conducted research projects related to the intersection of machine learning and social networks. As a member of his Computer Science Club team, he came in first place in the The College of New Jersey’s 2023 Hack-Io-thon where his team built a weather sensor system to collect key weather data. Bobby provides insights into technology advancements through his blog technologyprogression.wordpress.com. He has also served as a guest blogger for Insprit.ai related to the education of artificial intelligence and with the Organization for Autism Research. Bobby has a deep interest in the intersection of Autism and technology and is a prior participant in the Drexel Autism Institute’s summer scholar program. In the future, he hopes to be a leader in the development of advanced computational algorithms to support social well-being.