Google adds machine learning as it steps up cloud battle

Google has outlined plans to challenge Amazon’s dominance of the rapidly-growing cloud computing world, an area that it believes could one day be more lucrative than its massive web advertising business. On Wednesday, at a high-profile event in San Francisco attended by Google’s chief executive Sundar Pichai and Eric Schmidt, the chairman of its parent company Alphabet, Google said it had signed up major customers including Disney, Coca-Cola and the US retailer Home Depot. It also said that the company’s advanced “machine learning” technology, which allows computer software to understand photos and text, would be made available to cloud customers. The internet giant lags well behind both Amazon and Microsoft in cloud services, which let businesses access vast computing resources over the internet rather than buying their own hardware, but…

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