Minsuk Chang

Research Scientist at Naver AI Lab.

Hi :) I am a research scientist and a technical leader at NAVER AI Lab, where I explore novel computational interaction techniques powered by AI technologies. I build and evaluating AI powered systems with users in the loop. I am also an adjunct professor at the KAIST Graduate School of AI.

My current research interests are 1) making massive scale language models usable and useful, 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.


Jan 2022 “SoftVideo: Improving the Learning Experience of Software Tutorial Videos with Collective Interaction Data” accepted to IUI 2022
Nov 2021 Two submissions, “TaleBrush: Sketching Stories with Generative Pretrained Language Models” and “Speeding up Inference with User Simulators through Policy Modulation” have been conditionally accepted with minor revisions to CHI2022! :tada:
Aug 2021 “What Changes Can Large-scale Language Models Bring? Intensive Study on Billions-scale Korean Generative Pretrained Transformers” has been accepted to EMNLP2021! :tada:
Jun 2021 Excited to serve on the program committee for HCOMP 2021 and as an AC for Learning, Education, Families subcommittee @ CHI 2022!
Jun 2021 Invited on the CUI 2021 industry panel to discuss future of conversational interfaces. Can’t wait!