I am a Master's student in Language Technologies at Carnegie Mellon University
fortunately advised by Prof. Graham Neubig
and researching multilingual NLP in NeuLab
. I received my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics & Computer Science from École Polytechnique
where I defended my thesis on Sign Language Translation
I come from Akashi, Japan
and grew up speaking 4 languages in Paris, France
. For as long as I can remember, I've had a passion for mathematics
. I actually learned to do multiplications and divisions before I learned to read!
is also a life-long passion of mine, and also what introduced me to AI: my worlds collided when I used LSTMs to generate music for my second-year programming project
. When I discovered natural language processing, everything - my love of languages, numbers and codes - seemed to have fallen into place :)
I will be applying to PhD programs in Fall 2021!
2021-09-23 Extremely honored to be selected as a Siebel Scholar Class of 2022!
2021-09-17 Gave an invited talk at SIGTYP on "Understanding, Improving and Evaluating Context Usage in Context-aware Machine Translation"
2021-08-26 Super happy to have 2 papers accepted to EMNLP 2021!
2021-07-25 1 paper accepted to the AT4SSL workshop at MT Summit 2021!
2021-07-05 Extremely thrilled to receive the Best Theme Paper award at ACL 2021!
2021-05-06 Super excited to have 3 papers accepted to ACL 2021!
2021-03-01 Gave an invited talk at Unbabel on "Do Context-Aware Translation Models Pay the Right Attention?"
2020-10-18 Gave an invited talk at Computer Vision Talks on Sign Language Translation with Transformers
2020-09-30 My first conference submission was accepted to COLING'2020!
2020-09-21 Extremely honored to be awarded Global Winner in Computer Science at The Global Undergraduate Awards 2020!
2020-08-31 Started my Master's degree at CMU LTI!
2020-07-25 My undergraduate paper has been accepted to the SLRTP workshop at ECCV'20!