Ken Gu

Research Intern

Ken is with glasses standing and smiling, dressed in a black puffer jacket, a white shirt, beige pants, and white sneakers.


Ken is a Ph.D. student at the University of Washington advised by Tim Althoff. He is currently interested in human-centered NLP for data science applications. Recently, he has been working on a benchmark for foundation models for data analysis and more broadly thinking about how to evaluate these models for data analysis tasks.
He is looking forward to getting some hiking (especially Mount Baker area), biking, and good old research done this summer.

Areas of interest

  • Human-AI Interaction
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Agents for Data-Driven Science