HPE announces machine learning-as-a-service called Haven OnDemand

With Watson, IBM seemed to have a whole year’s head start on the new cognitive computing wave of technologies, as seemingly the only company with a solution ready to those who want to stay ahead of the big data curve. It looks like that monopoly could be coming to an end. Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced its own version cognitive computing offering – the company prefers the term “machine learning-as-a-service” and is meant to give developers tools to building data-rich applications. HPE Haven OnDemand is now commercially available, and is a Microsoft Azure-based cloud platform with machine learning APIs and services targeting developers, starups and enterprises. The platform is able to perform analytics on data including text, audio, image, social, web and video. The platform, while just released publicly, has been in testing since…


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