About Me 🧑🏽
Hi! My name is Ashutosh Baheti. I am a Computer Science PhD student working with Prof. Alan Ritter. I will be a graduate student at Georgia Tech starting from Fall 2020. Previously, I was graduate student at The Ohio State University. I believe language is one of the most powerful tools invented by mankind. Giving computers the power of language will automate many menial jobs and accelerate innovation. My research interests are Natural Language Understanding (NLU), Generation (NLG) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). My current research focuses on Automatic Dialog Systems and problem related to it.
Before joining my PhD program, I was a Research Fellow at Microsoft Research (MSR), India for one year. I worked with Dr. Monojit Choudhury on word-level language identification of code-switched text. Before that, I completed my Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.
Fluent Response Generation for Conversational Question Answering
Authors: Ashutosh Baheti, Alan Ritter, Kevin Small
2020 Annual Conference of the Association for Computational Linguistics
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Generating More Interesting Responses in Neural Conversation Models with Distributional Constraints
Authors: Ashutosh Baheti, Alan Ritter, Jewei Li, Bill Dolan
Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing
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Curriculum design for code-switching: Experiments with language identification and language modeling with deep neural networks
Authors: Ashutosh Baheti, Sunayana Sitaram, Monojit Choudhury, Kalika Bali
Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Natural Language Processing (ICON-2017)
- Cooking 🍳
- Traveling ✈️
- Yoga 🧘🏽
- Hiking 🥾
- Skating 🛼
- Gaming 🎮
- Mobile game development 👨🏽💻
- Having long conversations about life 🧬, universe 🌌, science 🧪, politics 🗳️ and philosophy
Want to Explore (in Future):
- VR app development 👨🏽💻
- Video Blogging ⏯️
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My Cats 🐈
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