Hi, I'm Taiwei Shi

I'm a Ph.D. student at USC
Taiwei Shi is a Ph.D. student at University of Southern California, advised by Professor Jieyu Zhao. Previously, he graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Computer Science degree. He is from Dongguan, China.
At Georgia Tech, he was fortunate to be advised by Professors Mark Riedl and Diyi Yang. He spent his summer doing research at USC ISI, advised by Professors Jonathon May and Xuezhe Ma.
His research interest mainly revolves around natural language processing and computational social science. Recently, he is particularly excited about alignment, model safety, and human-AI interaction.

Featured Research Publications

Latest research for fans of natural language processing.

Uncertainty-Guided Work Allocation between Human and Large Language Models for Data Annotation
EMNLP 2023
Safer-Instruct Aligning Language Models with Automated Preference Data
Preprint 2023
Combining symbolic and neural story generation
AAAI 2023