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Google Research embarks on effort to map a mouse brain

The human brain is perhaps the most computationally complex machine in existence, consisting of networks of billions of cells. Researchers currently don’t understand the full picture of how glitches in its network machinery contribute to mental illnesses and other diseases, such as dementia. However, the emerging connectomics field, which aims to precisely map the connections between every cell in the brain, could help solve that problem. While maps have only been created for simpler organisms, technological advances for mapping even larger brains can enable us to understand how the human brain works, and how to treat brain diseases.

Distilling step-by-step: Outperforming larger language models with less training data and smaller model sizes

MediaPipe FaceStylizer: On-device real-time few-shot face stylization

On-device content distillation with graph neural networks

World scale inverse reinforcement learning in Google Maps

Differentially private median and more

A novel computational fluid dynamics framework for turbulent flow research

TSMixer: An all-MLP architecture for time series forecasting

WeatherBench 2: A benchmark for the next generation of data-driven weather models

Modeling and improving text stability in live captions

SayTap: Language to quadrupedal locomotion