Kayo Yin is a first-year PhD student at UC Berkeley advised by Jacob Steinhardt and Dan Klein. She currently works on interpretability, sign language processing, and AI for music. Before that, she was a Master’s student at Carnegie Mellon University advised by Graham Neubig, and she completed her undergraduate studies at École Polytechnique in 2020. Her research has been recognized by an EMNLP Best Paper Honorable Mention award, an ACL Best Theme Paper award, and the Thomas Clarkson medal, and she is the recipient of a Siebel Scholarship. She also really likes playing music, snowboarding, and exploring the outdoors.