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I completed my PhD at the Language Technologies Institute of School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. I was very fortunate to be advised by Louis-Philippe Morency and Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick. My Ph.D. was on grounded language understanding – the intersection of natural language processing, computer vision, and machine learning.
|Feb 23, 2022||New paper at ACL2022 on hallucinating objects using language models for language grounding in partially observed environments.|
|Nov 3, 2021||I gave a talk at NYU CILVR.|
|Jun 9, 2021||I gave a talk at UMass IESL.|
|Apr 8, 2020||New paper at ACL2020 on a novel vision-and-language dataset.|
|Sep 2, 2018||New paper “Speaker-Follower Models for Vision-and-Language Navigation ” at NeurIPS 2018 on navigational instruction following.|
|Mar 1, 2018||New paper “Visual Referring Expression Recognition: What Do Our Systems Actually Learn?” at NAACL’18 on analyzing referring expression recognition systems.|
|Nov 10, 2017||New paper at AAAI’18 on leveraging syntax for referring expression recognition! Repository for the code and annotations are available at the github repository!|
|Apr 18, 2017||New preprint on a new large-scale Q&A dataset!|
|Dec 13, 2016||New paper on word categories with lexical substitutes at COLING 2016!|
|Nov 18, 2016||New preprint on understanding curriculum learning for LSTM networks!|
|Sep 23, 2016||I switched to al-folio theme of Jekyll for my website|