Google launched two new machine learning APIs into open beta

The API listens to people talking and processes the information to do different things. Source: Daimto Google announced an aggressive expansion of its cloud project on July 20, 2016. Two new machine learning APIs that can read the human language and process it in varied ways entered open beta today. Also, the company also announced an extensive expansion of their cloud service coverage in the United States, something gamers in the West Coast would really appreciate. The first piece of software was inspired in the company’s Parsey McParseface, a very successful software that understands the structure of language. Also known as SyntaxNet, the software analyzes the sentences and discovers its root which is usually the verb. Then, the software identifies all the other elements of the sentences based on the…

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