Google rolls out artificial intelligence tools SyntaxNet, Parsey McParseface to developers for free

Lord Marin | May 12, 2016 11:53 PM EDT Employees of Google work at a ‘tech stop’ at the internet company’s new office space (Photo : Spencer Platt / Getty Images) Google is offering Parsey McParseface and SyntaxNet to interested developers that want to integrate artificial intelligence to their application and system projects without having to build their own platform from scratch. SyntaxNet will be an open-sourced neural network framework that can be used by developers to create software that could have the capabilities to understand how the human language works. Google is also rolling out Parsey McParseface as a parser for the English language. Like Us on Facebook AI is a highly-complicated subject but there is no doubt that the advancements in technology has improved the platform. Digital assistants‚Ķ


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