Andrew M. Dai

Google

Names

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Andrew M. Dai (Preferred)
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Andrew Mingbo Dai

Emails

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****@google.com
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****@ed.ac.uk
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****@gmail.co.uk

Education & Career History

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Software Engineer
Google (google.com)
2012Present
 
PhD student
University of Edinburgh (ed.ac.uk)
20072012
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Samy Bengio
****@google.com
2016Present
 
Coworker
Quoc Le
****@google.com
2014Present
 
Coworker
Ian Goodfellow
****@google.com
20142018
 
Coauthor
Samuel R. Bowman
****@stanford.edu
20162016
 
Coauthor
Luke Vilnis
****@cs.umass.edu
20162016
 
Coauthor
Oriol Vinyals
****@google.com
20162016
 
Coauthor
Rafal Jozefowicz
****@google.com
20162016
 
PhD Advisor
Amos Storkey
****@ed.ac.uk
20072012
 

Expertise

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deep learning, topic modelling, bayesian nonparametrics, nlp
Present
 
health, medical records
Present