Yanqi Zhou is a research scientist at Google Brain, Mountain View, working with James Laudon. She pursued her Ph.D. degree at Princeton University, advised by David Wentzlaff. During her Ph.D. study (2011-2017), she also collaborated extensively with Doug Burger and Karin Strauss at Microsoft Research. She obtained her bachelor degree from the University of Michigan (2009-2011), and Shanghai Jiao Tong (2007-2009). Her research interest lies in computer systems and machine learning. More specifically, Yanqi applies machine learning to design more efficient computer systems and builds large-scale deep learning models for speech and language tasks.
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