Gemma Jennings, a product manager on the Applied team at DeepMind, recently led a session on vision language models at the AI Summit, one of the world’s largest AI events for business.
At DeepMind, Gemma is part of the Applied team, which brings DeepMind technology to the outside world through Alphabet and Google products and solutions. She is particularly excited about the portfolio of sustainability work and how it can have a big impact in sustainability.
Before joining DeepMind, Gemma worked at John Lewis Partnership, a UK department store with a strong sense of purpose. She was attracted to DeepMind’s mission of solving intelligence to advance science and benefit humanity.
The AI Summit was Gemma’s first in-person conference in almost three years, and she was keen to meet people in the same industry and learn about other organizations’ work. She presented Image Recognition Using Deep Neural Networks, which discussed recent advances in fusing large language models with powerful visual representations for image recognition.
Gemma wants people to leave her session with a better understanding of what happens after research breakthroughs are announced and how that research can be applied to solve global problems and create purposeful products and services. She is excited about the future of using groundbreaking research to benefit millions of people around the world.