Posted by Brian Strope, Research Scientist, and Ray Kurzweil, Engineering Director, Google Research
Last year we launched Smart Reply, a feature for
Each module processes inputs and provides transformed representations of those inputs on its outputs (which are, in turn, available for the next level). In the Smart Reply system, and the figure above, the repeated structure has two layers of hierarchy. The first makes each feature useful as a predictor of the final result, and the second combines these features. By definition, the second works at a more abstract representation and considers a wider timescale.
Source:: Efficient Smart Reply, now for Gmail
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