Dr. Yannis Assael is a Staff Research Scientist at Google DeepMind working on Artificial Intelligence, and he is featured in “MIT's Innovators Under 35” and “Forbes' 30 Under 30” lists of distinguished scientists of Europe. In 2013, he graduated from the Department of Applied Informatics, University of Macedonia, and with full scholarships, he did an MSc at the University of Oxford, finishing first in his year, and an MRes at Imperial College London. In 2016, he returned to Oxford for a DPhil degree with a Google DeepMind scholarship, and after a series of research breakthroughs and entrepreneurial activities, he started as a researcher at Google DeepMind. He has made notable contributions in the fields of audio-visual speech recognition, multi-agent communication, as well as AI for Culture and the study of damaged ancient texts. Throughout this time, his research has attracted the media's attention several times (BBC, Reuters, The Times, Financial Times), has been featured on the cover of the scientific journal Nature, and focuses on contributing to and expanding the greater good.