We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Ian Goodfellow previously worked at Google and OpenAI, and is one of the field’s most well-known names By James Vincent Apr 5, 2019, 3:10am EDT Share this story Join Facebook to connect with Robert Goodfellow and others you may know. Currently working as the director of machine learning in the Special Projects Group at Apple, Goodfellow invented generative adversarial networks (GANs), which is one of the most exciting developments in the field of AI in recent times. View the profiles of people named Robert Goodfellow. He is the inventor of generative adversarial networks, an ML technique that is being used by Facebook. They learn to generate realistic samples and have mostly been used to generate images. View the profiles of people named Ian Goodfellow. View the profiles of people named Iain Goodfellow. GAN’s are a collage of two preexisting kinds of algorithms. It has sparked huge excitement and controversies in the area of machine learning. Take generative adversarial networks, introduced in 2016 by Ian Goodfellow (7), a Google Brain researcher. Ian Goodfellow Follow @goodfellow_ian Currently employed as the Director of Machine Learning in the Special Projects Group at Apple Inc., Ian Goodfellow has majorly contributed to the Deep Learning space. Join Facebook to connect with Ian Goodfellow and others you may know. Ian Goodfellow. 10. GAN’s are a collage of two preexisting kinds of algorithms. The fake images were made using a trick first conceived in a Montreal pub in 2014, by AI researcher Ian Goodfellow, who is now at Google. Join Facebook to connect with Iain Goodfellow and others you may know. Take generative adversarial networks, introduced in 2016 by Ian Goodfellow (7), a Google Brain researcher.