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Hi, I'm interested in bridging AI and Psychology!

I'm a postdoctoral researcher at the Allen Institute for AI (AI2) working with Yejin Choi in the Mosaic team. I'm interested in taking an interdisciplinary approach: Natural Language Processing (NLP) inspired by human cognition. Currently, my research centers on the social reasoning capabilities of large language models. Before this, I received my PhD in Computer Science from Seoul National University where I was advised by Gunhee Kim, and have interned at AI2 and NAVER. I always consider myself fortunate for majoring in Psychology and Computer Science during my undergrad at Yonsei University.

You can find my CV here.

Recent News

  • Jan 2024 - Confaide has been accepted at ICLR 2024 as spotlight! Woot woot!
  • Dec 2023 - 🏆 SODA won the outstanding paper award at EMNLP! What a journey it has been!
  • Dec 2023 - I gave a talk at the BrainLink symposium! It was exciting to participate as a speaker!
  • Nov 2023 - 🥤SODA and FANToM are selected for oral presentation at EMNLP! See you in Singapore!
  • Oct 2023 - We released 👻FANToM and 🤫ConfAIde benchmark! GPT-4 struggles with social reasoning!
  • Aug 2023 - I won the Best Doctoral Dissertation Award from Seoul National University CSE! Thank you!
  • Jul 2023 - Thanks to everyone who joined our theory-of-mind workshop! It was nice to meet you all!
  • Jun 2023 - I started my postdoc at AI2! Thrilled to continue my journey with the Mosaic team!!

Publications (* equal contribution)

About Me

I also go by the name of 순록킴 (pronounced kind of like soon log kim). Soon-log means reindeer in Korean. I always love to go taste delicious food. Please let me know if you know some great places to visit! I also enjoy watching Formula One. My favorite driver is Carlos Sainz.

I am also interested in solving social problems. I was involved in 지음 (pronounced ji eum), a social venture focusing on helping vulnerable college students with meals.

In case you are looking for my original blog, where I used to write posts, it's here.


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