Minsuk Chang

Hi :) I am a Research Scientist on the PAIR (People and AI Research) team at Google Brain. I explore novel computational interaction techniques powered by AI technologies by designing, building, and evaluating AI powered systems with users in the loop.

These days I am interested in 1) making large-scale language models usable and useful, and 2) simulation-based models of users and interfaces.

I have a PhD in Computer Science from KAIST. During my PhD, I was advised by Juho Kim in the KIXLAB. Before joining Google, I was a research scientist and a technical leader at Naver AI, where I led the research initiatives at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction and Machine Learning.

news

Apr 2022 Our paper “Addressing Hiccups in Conversations with Recommender Systems” with Naver Labs Europe has been conditionally accepted to DIS 2022! :tada:
Mar 2022 Our work on “Interactive Children’s Story Rewriting Through Parent-Children Interaction” has been conditionally accepted to ACL 2022 Workshop on Intelligent and Interactive Writing Assistants! :tada:
Mar 2022 Our paper “ParaSight: Enabling Privacy-preserving Sensing Data Sharing via Device-to-device Utterance-based Communication” has been conditionally accepted to CHI 2022 Late-Breaking Work! :tada:
Feb 2022 “Gestural Inputs as Control Interaction for Generative Human-AI Co-Creation” has been accepted to the 3rd Workshop on Human-AI Co-Creation with Generative Models at IUI 2022
Jan 2022 Our paper “SoftVideo: Improving the Learning Experience of Software Tutorial Videos with Collective Interaction Data” accepted to IUI 2022! :tada: