Google wants to bring machine learning to everyday devices

Google has struck a deal with the vision processor firm behind its Tango tablets that could bring machine learning to mobile devices independent of the cloud. Movidius today announced that Google will be sourcing the company’s processors and software development environment to “introduce a new way for machine intelligence to run locally on devices.” Machine learning allows computers to interpret visuals and audio in a more natural way, rather than using comparisons to a database of information as a way of learning. Currently, basic machine learning tech in smartphones and other mobile devices are represented in software like Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, Google Now and even Facebook’s personal assistant project M. But the software in a mobile device is limited by a mobile device’s power and processing capabilities, relying instead…

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