Google Music, Art, and Machine Intelligence


Following recent advances in image generation (highlighted in the recent DeepDream: The Art of Neural Networks event), this workshop explores new research at the intersection of machine intelligence, art, and music. Our goals are to build stronger ties between Google and the academic research community, build a roadmap for possible future collaborations, and bring together top researchers from machine learning, neuroscience & psychology, the arts and music, and elsewhere. We'll discuss generative models for music and art, evaluation of machine-generated media and innovative applications. We expect to have three main parts in the workshop: 1) some talks by academic participants, 2) some talks by researchers and research management at Google, and 3) possibly an open discussion motivated by applications at Google.

Workshops and Conferences

Each year Google hosts faculty summits and workshops, and sponsors many research symposia that highlight the latest and best research across computer science. These activities are a great way for us to collaborate and learn from our academic colleagues; they also give the academic community the opportunity to learn more about our challenges, as well as our innovation and technology. Learn more here.

Award Programs

While research at Google is vast and varied, we also know that it's at universities where some of the most exciting and game-changing research in computer science and technology is happening. We support academic communities to help further these innovation through our academic funding programs. Learn more here

Student Support

We are eager to recognize the researchers and innovators of tomorrow. Our student programs provide support through fellowships, scholarships, internships, and other opportunities. Learn more here.

Tools and Resources

Researchers here benefit from Google's incredible scale and infrastructure, and our vast set of tools. We are happy to be able to provide some of these as services to academic and external researchers. Google also has a variety of products and resources aimed to help students, teachers, schools, and universities in their pursuit of education. Learn more here.