Here’s Google’s New Strategy to Catch Up in the Cloud: Inject It With Machine Learning

Nearly everything at Google has an acronym. Machine learning, the artificial intelligence method for processing reams of data, currently all the rage across Google, is just “ML” inside the company. On Wednesday, Google presented its newly assertive push for the enterprise, hosting its inaugural cloud developer conference in San Francisco. Naturally, ML was involved. In fact, Google unveiled a handful of new offerings that, in essence, pour ML all over the cloud. “I’ve become convinced that there’s a new architecture emerging,” an exuberant Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google parent Alphabet, said from the stage. “This platform is not the end; it’s the bottom. There’s something above it. And that something is machine learning.” It’s a bold, if vague, statement — but one that underscores how Alphabet writ large sees its…


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