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A major problem in effective deployment of machine learning systems in practice is domain adaptation — given a large auxiliary supervised dataset and a smaller dataset of interest, using the auxiliary dataset to increase performance on the smaller dataset. This paper considers the case where we have K datasets from distinct domains and adapting quickly to a new dataset. It learns K separate models on each of the K datasets and treats each as experts. Then given a new domain it creates another model for this domain, but in addition, computes attention over the experts. It computes attention via a dot product that computes the similarity of the new domain’s hidden representation with the other K domains’ representations.