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I am a Research Scientist in the Machine Translation Team at Microsoft. I received my MS in Language Technologies at the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, advised by professor Florian Metze. Prior to that, I graduated from IIT Indore, India with a B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering and the President of India Gold Medal.
My research interests are mainly in Sequence Modeling and Representation Learning, with a strong focus on text and speech applications. More specifically, I am interested in:
Building computational models which could capture rich sequence-level phenomena (e.g., compositionality) at different scales.
Constructing compact representations & systems which could allow accessible manipulations at different levels of abstraction.
The overarching mission of my research is to build natural language applications which could be reliably used in real-world settings.
|Mar 2021||Papers on Hallucinations and Searchable Hidden Intermediates accepted at NAACL|
|Aug 2020||Papers Accepted at ACL Repl4NLP Workshop, CIKM, EMNLP Findings|
|Mar 2020||Serving on ACL-SRW, ALVR, EMNLP, AACL 2020 Program Committees|
|Oct 2019||Paper on Compositionality in NMT accepted at a NeurIPS Workshop|
|Sep 2019||Work on Visually-Grounded NMT accepted at INLG|
|Aug 2019||Giving a talk at CMU LTI Student Research Symposium|
|Jul 2019||Received ACL-SRW Travel Grant, will be presenting 2 Word embedding papers|