Google Sheets now uses machine learning to help you visualize your data

Google Sheets now uses machine learning to help you visualize your data  #CompBindTech

  • After adding the machine learning-powered “Explore” feature last year, which lets you ask natural language questions about your data, it’s now expanding this feature to also automatically build charts for you.
  • All of this is backed by the same natural language understanding tech that already powered the “Explore” feature.
  • It’s worth noting that the previous version of “Explore” could already build graphs for you, but those focused on your complete data set.
  • With this new version, Google also is making it easier to keep in sync data from Sheets that you use in Docs or Slides.
  • You could already update charts you copy into Docs and Slides with just a click, but now you also can do the same with tables.

Google Sheets is getting smarter today. After adding the machine learning-powered “Explore” feature last year, which lets you ask natural language questions..
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Google Play Music update adds machine learning and a fresh new look

Google Play Music is about to get its biggest, most important update in years.

  • Google Play Music update adds machine learning and a fresh new look
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  • Google Play Music uses machine learning to figure out what music you like and then mixes in signals like location, activity, and the weather along with hand-picked playlists to personalize music for wherever you are and whenever you want tunes.

Context awareness and AI smarts could help Google find more music that you’ll love.
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Microsoft releases beta of version 2.0 of its Cognitive Toolkit to ‘democratize AI’

Microsoft releases beta of version 2.0 of its Cognitive Toolkit to 'democratize #AI' | ZDNet

  • Microsoft released the first version of CNTK on Github in January 2016.
  • Microsoft is releasing a beta of its second version of its Cognitive Toolkit (formerly known as CNTK) today, October 25.
  • Microsoft is releasing a beta of its Cognitive Toolkit for developers looking to make use of deep-learning techniques in their apps and services.
  • Microsoft has used the Cognitive Toolkit internally in its work around Microsoft Cognitive Services, Cortana, and Skype Translator.
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Microsoft is releasing a beta of its Cognitive Toolkit for developers looking to make use of deep-learning techniques in their apps and services.
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​Microsoft’s SwiftKey brings artificial intelligence to your phone keyboard

Microsoft's SwiftKey brings artificial intelligence to your phone keyboard

  • Microsoft’s SwiftKey brings artificial intelligence to your phone keyboard
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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 owners can get replacement by Sept. 21
  • Neural network technology means the keyboard gets better at predicting what you’re about to type and correcting what you already did, the company says.

Neural network technology means the keyboard gets better at predicting what you’re about to type and correcting what you already did, the company says.
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Google’s TensorFlow is now available for iOS

Google's TensorFlow is now available for iOS

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@verge: “Google’s TensorFlow is now available for iOS”


On Monday, Google released a new version of TensorFlow that supports iOS for the first time. TensorFlow is Google’s machine learning software, which the company open-sourced last November and used…


Google’s TensorFlow is now available for iOS

Google makes its TensorFlow artificial intelligence platform available on iOS

Google makes its TensorFlow artificial intelligence platform available on iOS

  • An early version of TensorFlow version 0.9 was released yesterday on GitHub and it brings iOS support.
  • With Google adding iOS support to TensorFlow, apps will be able to integrate the smarter neural network capabilities into their apps, ultimately making them considerably smarter and capable.
  • Google the week has published a new version of its TensorFlow machine learning software that adds support for iOS. Google initially teased that it was working on iOS support for TensorFlow last November, but said it was unable to give a timeline.
  • Added support for processing on GPUs on MacOS
  • Added makefile for better cross-platform build support (C API only)

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Google this week has published a new version of its TensorFlow machine learning software that adds support for iOS. Google initially teased that it was working on iOS support for TensorFlow last November, but said it was unable to give a timeline. An early version of TensorFlow version 0.9 was released yesterday on GitHub, however, and it brings iOS support.


Google makes its TensorFlow artificial intelligence platform available on iOS