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Reply to: Transparency and reproducibility in artificial intelligence

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We thank A. Dai and E. Gabrilovich for comments.

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This Reply was prepared by a subset of the authors of the original Article in addition to Y.L., all of whom have expertise related to this exchange. S.M.M., A.K., D.T., C.J.K, Y.L., G.S.C. and S.S. wrote and revised this Reply.

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Correspondence to Scott Mayer McKinney or Shravya Shetty.

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This study was funded by Google LLC. S.M.M., A.K., D.T., C.J.K, Y.L., G.S.C. and S.S. are employees of Google and own stock as part of the standard compensation package. The authors have no other competing interests to disclose.

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McKinney, S.M., Karthikesalingam, A., Tse, D. et al. Reply to: Transparency and reproducibility in artificial intelligence. Nature 586, E17–E18 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-020-2767-x

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