Google makes its machine learning platform available to developers

(Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Tweet Share Google made its Cloud Machine Learning platform, which is used by Google Photos, Translate, and Inbox, available to developers today. During the announcement at NEXT 2016, Google’s Cloud Platform conference, Alphabet Chairman Eric Schmidt called machine learning “what’s next,” according to TechCrunch. Machine learning powers features like the Google app’s speech recognition and the smart reply feature in the Inbox app, and Google sees the technology as the future of computing. “Cloud Machine Learning will take machine learning mainstream, giving data scientists and developers a way to build a new class of intelligent applications,” Fausto Ibarra, Google’s director of product management wrote in a blog post. “It provides access to the same technologies that power Google Now, Google Photos, and voice recognition in Google Search as easy to…


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