For healthcare, Google’s cloud computing, machine learning developments steal Alphabet …

Google logo in Berlin, Germany offices. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images) For anyone hoping for juicy details about Alphabet’s healthcare and life science interests, its fourth quarter earnings call offered slim pickings. But if you listened to the bigger picture, the push to reorganize Google’s cloud-based business offered plenty to think about. The company made frequent references to machine learning and apps in its Google for Work services, and the growth of mobile search. Google CEO Sundar Pichai made a note of some milestones with its cloud business such as the hire of Diane Greene to run it in November. Greene joined Google when the company acquired her enterprise development platform business, Bebop, in a $380 million deal. Under Greene’s leadership, Google is reorganizing its cloud businesses — Google Apps,…


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