Google Highlights Machine Learning At I/O

FacebookTwitter Google held its I/O Developer Conference this week, and much of the focus was on machine learning and related technologies. One of the new products the Internet giant showed off was a new custom chip that runs artificial technology, but as always, there was lots to see. Google Assistant UBS analyst Eric Sheridan said one of the most important announcements was Google Assistant, which is a new digital personal assistant that appears to be much more advanced than Google Now. Interactions with Assistant will take on a more human-like nature as it will offer two-way conversational dialogue using the company’s natural language processing technologies. Jefferies analysts said the company is far ahead of others in speech recognition and contextual conversation. Assistant will apparently be so advanced that a user…

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