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Learning with Queried Hints

Posted by Sreenivas Gollapudi, Senior Staff Research Scientist, and Kostas Kollias, Staff Research Scientist, Google Research, Algorithms & Optimization Team In many computing applications the system needs to make decisions to serve requests that arrive in an online fashion. Consider, for instance, the example of a navigation app that responds...

Deciphering Clinical Abbreviations with Privacy Protecting ML

Posted by Posted by Alvin Rajkomar, Research Scientist, and Eric Loreaux, Software Engineer, Google Research Today many people have digital access to their medical records, including their doctor’s clinical notes. However, clinical notes are hard to understand because of the specialized language that clinicians use, which contains unfamiliar shorthand...

Google Research, 2022 & Beyond: Responsible AI

Posted by Marian Croak, VP, Google Research, Responsible AI and Human-Centered Technology The last year showed tremendous breakthroughs in artificial intelligence (AI), particularly in large language models (LLMs) and text-to-image models. These technological advances require that we are thoughtful and intentional in how they are developed and deployed....

Google Research, 2022 & Beyond: Language, Vision and Generative Models

Posted by Jeff Dean, Senior Fellow and SVP of Google Research, on behalf of the Google Research community Today we kick off a series of blog posts about exciting new developments from Google Research. Please keep your eye on this space and look for the title “Google Research, 2022 & Beyond” for more articles in the series. I’ve always been interested...

Who Said What? Recorder's On-device Solution for Labeling Speakers

Posted by Quan Wang, Senior Staff Software Engineer, and Fan Zhang, Staff Software Engineer, Google In 2019 we launched Recorder, an audio recording app for Pixel phones that helps users create, manage, and edit audio recordings. It leverages recent developments in on-device machine learning to transcribe speech, recognize audio events, suggest tags...

EHR-Safe: Generating High-Fidelity and Privacy-Preserving Synthetic Electronic Health Records

Posted by Jinsung Yoon and Sercan O. Arik, Research Scientists, Google Research, Cloud AI Team Analysis of Electronic Health Records (EHR) has a tremendous potential for enhancing patient care, quantitatively measuring performance of clinical practices, and facilitating clinical research. Statistical estimation and machine learning (ML) models trained...

Differential Privacy Accounting by Connecting the Dots

Posted by Pritish Kamath and Pasin Manurangsi, Research Scientists, Google Research Differential privacy (DP) is an approach that enables data analytics and machine learning (ML) with a mathematical guarantee on the privacy of user data. DP quantifies the “privacy cost” of an algorithm, i.e., the level of guarantee that the algorithm’s output distribution...

Accelerating Text Generation with Confident Adaptive Language Modeling (CALM)

Posted by Tal Schuster, Research Scientist, Google Research Language models (LMs) are the driving force behind many recent breakthroughs in natural language processing. Models like T5, LaMDA, GPT-3, and PaLM have demonstrated impressive performance on various language tasks. While multiple factors can contribute to improving the performance of LMs,...

RT-1: Robotics Transformer for Real-World Control at Scale

Posted Keerthana Gopalakrishnan and Kanishka Rao, Google Research, Robotics at Google Major recent advances in multiple subfields of machine learning (ML) research, such as computer vision and natural language processing, have been enabled by a shared common approach that leverages large, diverse datasets and expressive models that can absorb all...

Formation of Robust Bound States of Interacting Photons

Posted by Alexis Morvan and Trond Andersen, Research Scientists, Google Quantum AI When quantum computers were first proposed, they were hoped to be a way to better understand the quantum world. With a so-called “quantum simulator,” one could engineer a quantum computer to investigate how various quantum phenomena arise, including those that are intractable...

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