I am a 3rd year PhD student at the University of Cambridge in the Cambridge Applied Machine Learning Lab, Department of Engineering with the AI4ER PhD programme.

I build evaluations for frontier AI systems at the UK AI Safety Institute.

Throughout 2022 and 2023 I was a researcher at EleutherAI & CarperAI working on large language models, including the design and development of OpenELM, a framework for the generation of diverse and high-quality synthetic data with LLMs.

My research interests are primarily related to large language models, including reinforcement learning from human feedback (RLHF), open-endedness with LLMs, interpretability, evaluations, AI governance, and more. For a list of publications see my Google Scholar or Semantic Scholar profiles.

You can follow me on Twitter, where I mostly retweet interesting research in machine learning along with the work of myself and my collaborators.

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