You can have access to 5779 publications from Google Research right now.
If you are looking for inspiration for your next research or AI project, here you can find a big lake to swim: Google Research!
Google Research is a division of Google that focuses on projects that are a little farther out there or require a particular type of domain expertise and they often launch products that make the world a better place.
We can divide the research projects into two categories — short-term, like improving the performance of some already existing product; vs long-term, where they are creating a new product/framework altogether, such as TensorFlow or self-driving cars.
Google Research tackles challenges that define the technology of today and tomorrow, and you can have access to its research work as they publish it. Precisely you can access all the 5779 available publications (793 only in 2019) and get inspired, get informed, and learn from it.
I’m using this impressive database of research to support me in the writing of my new book: Solving the Greatest Global Challenges with Artificial Intelligence that I plan to launch next March. I’m writing about how AI is supporting teams, companies, and organizations to tackle global challenges like AI ethics, more accurate flood forecasts, tools for wildlife research and children’s literacy, and others and to get some inspiration and to support my understanding of what’s going on on research.
I’ve found this database as a handy thermometer, in particular when it comes to advances in quantum algorithms and hardware, new machine learning algorithms and improvements to AutoML, and others.
The goal of Google Research is to create a research environment rich in opportunities for product impact, to build a production environment that actively benefits from research, and to provide our staff the freedom to work on significant research problems that are not tied to immediate product needs.
From conducting fundamental research to influencing product development, Google Research teams are impacting technology used by billions of people every day.
As described on their website, the Google Research teams aspire to make discoveries that impact everyone, and core to our approach is sharing our research and tools to fuel progress in the field. Our researchers regularly publish in academic journals, release projects as open-source, and apply research to Google products.
If you want, you can have access to all publications by Google Research since 1998 from a total of 5779 publications.
Link: Google Research database