Google mixes machine learning technology with cloud platform

SAN FRANCISCO: Google is putting its machine learning technology and services into the cloud with the unveiling of Cloud Machine Learning (CML). Jeff Dean, a senior fellow at Google Research, said at the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Next event in San Francisco that the suite of machine learning tools is built on top of the firm’s TensorFlow open source intelligent software library and offers the ability to tap into cloud-power translation, image recognition and data analysis services. CML is effectively a packaged suite of machine learning APIs that Google already uses in the Photos and Translate services, as well as voice recognition developed for Android, delivered as services through GCP. The tool is aimed at application makers looking to embed machine learning into apps and companies looking to apply machine…

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