AI/ML Research at Google Health

Fri, Jul 17, 2020, 1:15 pm
Office of the Dean for Research

Dr. Greg Corrado, Distinguished Scientist and the Senior Director of the Research & Innovations division of Google Health will give a 30-minute video talk to the Princeton community on research and artificial intelligence/machine learning at Google Health. All Princeton faculty, graduate students and post-docs are invited to attend using the link below.  If you plan to attend, please send an email to Chip Hay in Corporate Engagement at

Greg Corrado is a Google Distinguished Scientist and the Senior Director of the Research & Innovations division of Google Health.  As a co-founder of the Google Brain Team, he helped spearhead Google’s expansive use of deep learning across dozens of products and services. Now having focused on healthcare as the single greatest opportunity to apply AI for the public good, he oversees research in genomics, clinical predictions, medical image interpretation, and novel sensors. In his career as an individual scientist, he worked for decades at the nexus of artificial intelligence and computational neuroscience, and has published in fields ranging from behavioral conomics, to particle physics, to natural language understanding.  Before coming to Google, he worked at IBM Research on neuromorphic silicon devices and large-scale neural simulations.  He did his graduate studies in both Neuroscience and in Computer Science at Stanford University, and his undergraduate work in Physics at Princeton University.






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