Anna Huang is a Research Scientist at Google Brain, working on the Magenta project. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Université de Montréal. Her research focuses on designing generative models and interfaces to support music making and more generally the creative process. Her work is at the intersection of machine learning, human-computer interaction, and music. She is the creator of Music Transformer, and the ML model Coconet that powered Google’s first AI Doodle, the Bach Doodle, which in two days harmonized 55 million melodies from users around the world.