The Google Brain Team To Answer Questions On Machine Learning Tomorrow

Aug 10, 2016 • 7:55 am | comments (6) by | Filed Under Google Search Engine

Google Brain Team

Tomorrow, August 11th, Google's Brain Team will be answering questions submitted in this Reddit thread on the topic of machine learning. It is an AMA, ask me anything, session and it was introduced as "AMA: We are the Google Brain team. We'd love to answer your questions about machine learning."

Google wrote on Reddit:

We're a group of research scientists and engineers that work on the Google Brain team. Our group's mission is to make intelligent machines, and to use them to improve people's lives. For the last five years, we've conducted research and built systems to advance this mission.

Now, this is not simply about RankBrain but all of Google's machine learning efforts across all their products and services. This includes, Google said, RankBrain for Google Search, SmartReply for GMail, Google Photos, Google Speech Recognition and more.

Here are the list of Googlers who may or may not respond to questions:

You can check it out on Reddit and submit your questions.

Forum discussion at Reddit.

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