Minsuk Chang

Research Scientist at Naver AI Lab.

Seattle, WA, July 2018

Hi :) I am a research scientist at Naver AI Lab. I am running a research team at the intersection of HCI and AI, exploring novel techniques in computational interaction powered by AI technologies. We build AI powered systems with users in the loop, and we evaluate these systems with real user populations.

My primary research interests are 1) modeling conversational interactions, 2) making massive scale language models usable and useful, and 3) modeling users and interfaces as computationally rational agents.

I have a PhD in Computer Science from KAIST. During my PhD, I was advised by Juho Kim in the KIXLAB.


May 2021 “NeuralWOZ: Learning to Collect Task-Oriented Dialogue via Model-Based Simulation” had been accepted to ACL2021! :tada:
Mar 2021 Gave a talk at the Computer Science dept @ Yonsei University on data-driven interfaces.
Mar 2021 Our CHI 2021 paper “A Simulation Model of Intermittently Controlled Point-and-Click Behavior” received an honorable mention award!! :tada:
Mar 2021 Excited to be on the program commitee for UIST 2021!!
Dec 2020 Excited to be on the Visualization Meets AI 2021 program committee!