Hey! I am Danish Pruthi, and I am a Ph.D candidate in Language Technologies at School of Computer Science in Carnegie Mellon University. I am co-advised by Dr. Graham Neubig and Dr. Zachary C. Lipton. My broad research goal is to enable machines to handle human languages, and subsequently characterize their abilities (or lack thereof). Specifically, I work on interpretability and analysis of deep learning models.
I completed my bachelors degree in computer science from BITS Pilani, Pilani in 2015. I also spent time doing research at Google AI, Microsoft Research, Facebook AI Research, and Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore. I am a recipient of the Siebel Scholarship and the CMU Presidential Fellowship.
My wife, Mansi Gupta, begrudgingly laughs at all of my jokes (as per house rules), although my mother-in-law thinks I am “jokey” (no kidding!)
An effort to explain neural representations
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Resolving multi-line non-contiguous events