Evernote is moving all its data, machine learning tech to Google Cloud Platform

Evernote — the popular note taking and productivity startup with 200 million users — has built its reputation around an app that lets you record and track all your life’s details hold them there, for life. Today, the company is shifting gears on the question of how it will keep hold of and track that information: Evernote is migrating all of its data to Google’s Cloud Platform, and will also start to use its machine learning APIs to help access it in different ways.As a result, Evernote will be shutting down its previous architecture that was based around private cloud infrastructure, and some of its own tech. Evernote’s CTO Anirban Kundu told me the first two areas that will be replaced by Google’s machine learning APIs are its voice recognition for speech-to-text translations; and natural language processing,…


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