George Dahl received his Ph.D. from the University of Toronto under the supervision of Geoff Hinton, where he worked on deep learning approaches to problems in speech recognition, computational chemistry, and natural language text processing, including some of the first successful deep acoustic models. He has been a research scientist at Google on the Brain team since 2015. His research focuses on highly flexible models that learn their own features, end-to-end, and make efficient use of data and computation for supervised, unsupervised, and reinforcement learning. In particular, he is interested in applications to linguistic and perceptual data as well as chemical, biological, and medical data. Google Scholar profile