Google to introduce machine learning into cloud platform

Google has announced that it will embed machine learning into its cloud to help developers build smarter applications with their data. Cloud Machine Learning will take the technology currently used for Google Now, Google Photos and voice recognition in Google Search, allowing scientists and developers to build machine learning models using the company’s open-source TensorFlow software library. Fausto Ibarra, director of product manager for Google Cloud Platform, said: “Hundreds of different big data and analytics products and services fight for your attention as it’s one of the most fertile areas of innovation in our industry. “This is an area where Google Cloud Platform has invested almost two decades of engineering, and today we’re announcing some of the latest results of that work.” The tool will be compatible with multiple data…

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