Sella Nevo (Google)
Sella Nevo is a software engineer who specializes in machine learning research and development. He is committed to enacting large-scale effective social impact, focusing on global poverty and health. Sella currently leads the [Google Flood Forecasting Initiative](https://www.blog.google/products/search/helping-keep-people-safe-ai-enabled-flood-forecasting/), which aims to provide scalable high-accuracy high-resolution flood forecasts and warnings in developing countries, and eventually across the globe. His research currently focuses on integrating machine learning models with non-differentiable physics-based models in data-constrained real-world problems. He has previously worked in the field of natural language understanding, most notably contributing to the ML model behind the famous [Google Duplex](https://ai.googleblog.com/2018/05/duplex-ai-system-for-natural-conversation.html). He also teaches Information Security at Tel Aviv University.
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