Hello! I am a grad student in the Language Technologies Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, where I am advised by Maxine Eskenazi and Aaron Steinfeld.
My research interest is in natural language processing. In particular, I have been working on dialogue in two different realms: first, I am exploring language model capabilities on various aspects of dialogue. Second, I am working to expand accessibility in dialogue systems (e.g., trying to improve dialogue systems for people with disabilities).
Before I came to CMU, I worked at Motorola Solutions, where I created NLP tools for text/video public safety applications. Prior to that, I did my B.Sc. in computer science and mathematics at the University of British Columbia.
|09/2022||Demoed our DialPort Portal and Dashboard tools as part of our paper at SIGDIAL.|
|05/2022||One workshop paper accepted to CVPR! Our work explored enhancing model generalization in embodied instruction following.|
|05/2022||We released the paper and code for InstructDial, an instruction tuning framework for dialogue-related tasks. Along with the 48 dialogue tasks we provided in the repository, we encourage people to use the framework for other dialogue-related tasks.|
|03/2022||Patent granted for my undergrad internship project at Motorola Solutions.|
|08/2021||Started grad school at CMU.|
*= equal contribution
- Understanding the Effectiveness of Very Large Language Models on Dialog EvaluationTo appear at IWSDS 2023