Google previews new cloud machine learning platform

Google is hoping to push machine learning as a mainstream business tool, with today’s release of a set of preview products that take advantage of its cloud platform. Cloud Machine Learning relies on the open-source TensorFlow library, released late last year. Google said developers can use the company’s tools such as Cloud Dataflow, BigQuery, Cloud Dataproc, Cloud Storage and Datalab, to train its machine learning. However, it is also offering pre-trained machine learning models with application programming interfaces. The company has been able to leverage large amounts of user and customer data stored in the applications it offers for the pre-trained models. Applications that use Google’s new Cloud Machine Learning include image search for Google Photos, voice search for the Google App and the Translate application programming interface, as well as the…


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