Google, Facebook, and Microsoft Are Remaking Themselves Around AI

Universities and corporations are rapidly developing artificial intelligence with teams of researchers. The research coincides with cloud computing, all designed to allow businesses to join, contribute and build their own applications and products. A “team inside Google’s cloud computing operation [is] building online services that any coder or company can use to build their own AI,” explains Cade Metz for Wired. “This new Cloud Machine Learning Group is the latest example of AI not only re-shaping the technology that Google uses, but also changing how the company organizes and operates its business.” Google, Microsoft, Tesla, Amazon, Twitter and other firms are adding to an array of new cloud services with image and speech recognition, translations, chatbots, data analysis, security and more. Coding and training artificial intelligence requires skills in “deep neural networking.” The companies train staff to manipulate large data banks and be open for all possibilities on the AI frontier. – YaleGlobal

Google, Facebook, and Microsoft Are Remaking Themselves Around AI

University and corporate research groups collaborate and rapidly develop an array of artificial-intelligence products and capabilities as new cloud services
Cade Metz
Friday, December 30, 2016
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