Greg Corrado is a senior research scientist at Google working in artificial intelligence, computational neuroscience, and scalable machine learning. He has published in fields ranging across behavioral economics, particle physics, systems neuroscience, and deep learning. At Google he has worked for some time on brain inspired computing, and most recently has served as one of the founding members and the co-technical lead of Google's large scale deep neural networks project. Before coming to Google, he worked at IBM Research on the SyNAPSE neuromorphic silicon chip. He did his graduate work in Neuroscience and Computer Science at Stanford University, and his undergraduate in Physics at Princeton University.