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About Me

My name is Sam Stevens. I’m a Ph.D. student at THE Ohio State University, where I work in computer science, specifically in natural language processing, with my advisor Prof. Yu Su. I finished my Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science at Ohio State in May 2021 (and minored in German).

I’ve been lucky to intern at SpaceX in Seattle, intern at Microsoft remotely, study abroad in Dresden and intern at GE Aviation (twice) in Cincinnati.

I also previously worked on TicketBay with Salty Software and HealthyAgers with Dr Ruchika Prakash.

News

Research

An Investigation of Language Model Interpretability via Sentence Editing Samuel Stevens, Yu Su. (EMNLP BlackboxNLP 2021.) [paper] [code]

Bootstrapping a User-Centered Task-Oriented Dialogue System Shijie Chen, Ziru Chen, Xiang Deng, Ash Lewis, Lingbo Mo, Samuel Stevens, Zhen Wang, Xiang Yue, Tianshu Zhang, Yu Su, Huan Sun. (Arxiv Preprint) [paper] [website]

Projects

Quiet HN: a simple Hacker News site, remade in the style of the original Quiet Hacker News (no longer active).

img-alter: a program to add alt attributes to <img/> tags using MS Azure. (June 2020)

ubscrape: an Urban Dictionary scraper I built aimed at NLP research. (November 2020)

Airpods: a macOS app I published to connect/disconnect from your Airpods quickly. (September 2020)

HealthyAgers: a fullstack web application that I led the development of at Ohio State University. (June 2018 - Oct 2019)

TicketBay: fellow OSU students and I developed a mobile app for Ohio State University students to sell second-hand football tickets. (Jan 2018 - Jan 2020)

Behold, My STUFF!

Social media is a problem. This website gives me a creative outlet without the pressure of likes, comments or retweets.

This website is my personal website. I’m not a person who takes myself very seriously. So this website doesn’t take itself very seriously either. It’s my stuff, not my CV.


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Sam Stevens, 2022