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Rohan Doshi


Rohan Doshi is a software engineer within the Speech Research team at Google. He is a core member of the Parrotron effort, developing sequence-to-sequence neural architectures for Speech accessibility applications. His research interests lie in large-scale, multi-model machine learning models, with his research at the crossroads of the speech, language, and vision domains. He is a graduate of Princeton University, and his thesis on zero-shot semantic segmentation was advised by Olga Russakovsky.

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