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About Greg Corrado
Co-founder of The Google Brain team and Principal Scientist on Google’s AI healthcare team, Greg Corrado is investigating the future of machine intelligence and its potential to improve the accuracy and availability of healthcare. Greg works at the nexus of biological neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and scalable machine learning, and has published in fields such as behavioral economics, neuromorphic device physics, systems neuroscience and deep learning. In his time at Google, Greg helped develop RankBrain, an artificial intelligence system that helps prioritize search engine results based on its interpretation of what users really want to know, rather than literal responses to their queries. Greg speaks regularly on the importance of machine learning as a tool and has spoken at numerous interdisciplinary conferences around the world.
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Greg Corrado, Co-founder of The Google Brain team and Principal Scientist on Google's A.I. Healthcare team, has spent the last decade at the forefront of the A.I. revolution. Greg's vision for how A.I. will help to shape the future of health and medicine is grounded in his experience as a neuroscientist—before he started working on computer neural networks, he was focused on neural networks in the human brain.
From distilling data insights to improving the decision making process, Greg sees a multitude of ways that A.I. and machine learning can help magnify the healing powers of doctors. In fact, he believes that doctors who embrace A.I. will "see their healing powers expand more than they have in a hundred years." Tune in to Greg's 2017 TEDMED Talk to learn more about the enormous role that A.I. and machine learning will play in the future of health and medicine, and why doctors and other healthcare professionals must play a central role in that revolution.
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