Artificial intelligence could be one of humanity's most useful inventions. DeepMind aims to build advanced AI to expand our knowledge and find solutions to thousands of problems.
We’re a team of scientists, engineers, machine learning experts and more, working together to advance the state of the art in artificial intelligence. We use our technologies for widespread public benefit and scientific discovery, and collaborate with others on critical challenges, ensuring safety and ethics are the highest priority.
We have a track record of breakthroughs in fundamental AI research, published in journals like Nature, Science, and more. Our programs have learned to diagnose eye diseases as effectively as the world’s top doctors, to save 30% of the energy used to keep data centres cool, and to make state of the art predictions of the complex 3D shapes of proteins - which could one day transform how drugs are invented.
DeepMind was founded in London in 2010, and we joined forces with Google in 2014 to accelerate our work. Since then, our community has expanded to include teams in Alberta, Montreal, Paris, and Mountain View in California.
- Multi-agent Communication meets Natural Language: Synergies between Functional and Structural Language Learning
- Do Transformers Need Deep Long-Range Memory?
- Learning to Segment Actions from Observation and Narration
- Better Document-Level Machine Translation with Bayes' Rule
- On the Cross-lingual Transferability of Monolingual Representations
- A Call for More Rigor in Unsupervised Cross-lingual Learning