Xuhui Zhou

NLP master at the University of Washington.

I am a CLMS student at the University of Washington (UW) advised by Noah Smith. I am broadly interested in computational linguistics and natural language processing (NLP). At Noah’s ARK, I work with Maarten Sap and Swabha Swayamdipta on social NLP problems; Nikolaos Pappas on document-level language understanding. Besides, I also work with Shane Steinert-Threlkeld on interpretability of NLP models and emergent communication.

I got my bachelor degree in Statistics at Nanjing University (NJU), where I did research in NLP with Shujian Huang. Previously, I interned at Singapore University of Technology and Design and Westlake University working with Yue Zhang. I spent a wonderful junior year at the University of California, Berkeley (UCB), where I made up my mind researching language technologies.

news

Jan 11, 2021 Our paper: Challenges in Automated Debiasing for Toxic Language Detection will appear in EACL 2021!
Dec 14, 2020 Accept two intern offers from Apple! One happens at the Siri Info Intel team for the spring quarter, another happens at the Machine Translation team for the summer quarter. Nice to meet you, Apple :)
Oct 20, 2020 Our paper: Linguistically-Informed Transformations (LIT): A Method for Automatically Generating Contrast Sets will appear in BlackboxNLP 2020.
Oct 2, 2020 Our paper: Multilevel Text Alignment with Cross-Document Attention will appear in EMNLP 2020.
Apr 20, 2020 My undergraduate thesis: RPD: A Distance Function Between Word Embeddings get accepted by ACL SRW 2020.