Google boots up its new machine learning tool

Google has launched a new machine learning platform and, to a degree, it’s available for developers to play around with. Creatively called ‘Cloud Machine Learning’, Alphabet chairperson Eric Schmidt launched Google’s new tool in a limited preview capacity, allowing developers to build their own tools, from their own data, or work off a pre-trained model. Schmidt says machine learning is “what’s next”, according to TechCrunch, announcing the new platform at the company’s NEXT 2016 event yesterday. The software behind Cloud Machine Learning helps manage things like Google’s image and voice search tools, Google Translate and its inbox tool, with the company saying this release will bring “unmatched scale and speed” to developers’ apps. It means developers can take these Google tools and build them into their own APIs, although you’ll…

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