Imagine the machine learning possibilities: this week on Google Cloud Platform

Posted by Alex Barrett, Editor, Google Cloud Platform BlogEvernote, the latest company to announce their move to Google Cloud Platform, said this week that part of the appeal of GCP is gaining access to “the same deep-learning technologies that power services like translation, photo management and voice search.” Evernote didn’t elaborate on exactly how machine learning might manifest in its productivity software, though, so we thought we’d share some other examples that we’ve come across.First and foremost, who can forget Makoto Koike, the Japanese farmer who used the Google-developed machine learning library TensorFlow to learn to sort cucumbers according to complex traditional criteria?Then there are the bright folks over at Google DeepMind and their paper on WaveNet, which generates speech that mimics the human voice with much more natural-sounding results…


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