May 2021: Hours before abseiling down Sơn Đoòng.
I’m Tai (Nguyễn Đặng Đức Tài), a graduate Computer Science student at the University of Pennsylvania.
I grew up in Saigon, Vietnam. 🇻🇳
I study methods that allow generalization from fewer examples, such as zero-shot & few-shot learning, and their applications in Information Extraction. I am also broadly interested in robustness and faithfulness of large language models. I currently work closely with Eric Wong.
Previously, I spent 2 memorable years as a data scientist at IBM Systems.
I helped build an analysis tool to support daily diagnosis and development of System-z mainframe servers.
Before discovering CS, I studied Economics and Statistics at Haverford College. I wrote my undergraduate thesis on the impact of home sharing (Airbnb) on welfare in New York City, working with professor Giri Parameswaran.
Some projects I have worked on:
- Sports: Finalist for the 2022 NFL Big Data Bowl
- Underthesea: an open-source NLP toolkit for Vietnamese 🌊
- STEAM for Vietnam: volunteer data science work for a non-profit teaching free programming courses for Vietnamese children
I’m always open to chat and collaborate! Please reach my email at taing [at] seas [dot] upenn [dot] edu.
|Jan 26, 2023||Wrote and submitted my first papers, both on improving robustness of LLMs 🤞|
|May 16, 2022||Started my research internship with Muhao Chen (USC) and Tianyi Zhang (Purdue)|
|Feb 16, 2022||🏆 Announced as a BDB finalist! 🏆|
|Aug 31, 2021||First day of graduate school at UPenn|