I recently finished my masters degree at CMU LTI, where I was advised by Maxine Eskenazi and Aaron Steinfeld. During my masters, I investigated generalization abilities in large language models – mostly in the realm of dialogue tasks [EMNLP ‘22, CVPR ‘22 (Embodied AI), IWSDS ‘23].
Before grad school, I spent time in industry working on machine learning and deep learning applications for natural language processing. Prior to that, I graduated with distinction from the University of British Columbia with a B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics.
*= equal contribution
Understanding the Effectiveness of Very Large Language Models on Dialog EvaluationIWSDS 2023
Improving Zero and Few-shot Generalization in Dialogue through Instruction TuningEMNLP 2022
Improving compositional generalization for multi-step quantitative reasoning in question answeringEMNLP 2022
The DialPort toolsSIGDIAL 2022
ET tu, CLIP? Addressing Common Object Errors for Unseen EnvironmentsCVPR, Embodied AI Workshop, 2022
Natural language text conversion and method thereforU.S. Patent 11275906, 2022
Reviewer: ACL '23, EMNLP '22