I am a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Washington, advised by Ranjay Krishna. Broadly I work on problems at the intersection of natural language processing (NLP) & human-computer interaction (HCI). These days I am curious about alternative methods for sourcing data and evaluating language models through human interaction.
I also think about the societal impacts of NLP systems that we build quite often. My previous works have found that NLP systems have positionalities and may not work well for the broader population. Some of the tools I've previously built try to address some of the technological shortcomings that the communities that speak "low resource" languages face.
Previously, I've spent time at Allen AI, Microsoft Research, Carnegie Mellon University and University College London. I have also spent two summers with Google Summer of Code working with Julia Language and Mozilla.