Google Cloud AI: Andrew Moore joining Google Cloud; Fei-Fei Li becoming advisor

 Dr. Andrew Moore

Dr. Andrew Moore

September 10, 2018 - Diane Greene, CEO of Google Cloud, writes: Dr. Andrew Moore [pictured], Dean of the School of Computer Science at CMU, will be joining Google Cloud to head up Google Cloud AI at the end of 2018 and advising in the meantime. Dr. Fei-Fei Li will be returning to her professorship at Stanford, as originally planned, and she will transition to being an AI/ML Advisor for Google Cloud.

Over the past five years, we have seen remarkable ways in which AI can impact the world. Google’s Cloud AI group aims to democratize AI by making it easy, fast, and useful. We believe that if we can get every developer in the world using AI in great ways, we can spur innovation that will benefit everyone. Building on Google’s expertise in AI, we have introduced a series of products over the last three years that has helped make this mission a reality. We have brought the best of Google’s AI in vision, language, speech, and conversation to companies everywhere through cloud services, and have built a platform for customers to scale their own models on Google Cloud through GPUs and TPUs. This year, we advanced AI even further through Cloud AutoML, and this makes it possible for developers with little knowledge of machine learning to build advanced models for their own business problems. We also bring over 2 million data scientists together through Kaggle, the largest community of data scientists in the world. More...