Google is 're-thinking' all of its products to include machine learning
During CEO Sundar Pichai's prepared remarks, he went out of his way to point out that investments in machine learning and artificial intelligence were a continued priority for the company moving forward.Pichai even went as far as to say that Google was "re-thinking" all of its products to include more AI and machine learning.
"Machine learning is a core, transformative way by which we're re-thinking how we're doing everything," Pichai said on the call, in response to an analyst question about Google's vision. "We are thoughtfully applying it across all our products, be it search, ads, YouTube, or Play. And we're in early days, but you will see us - in a systematic way - apply machine learning in all these areas."As Google was reporting earnings, Google's head of research Jeff Dean announced a new Brain Residency Program. The 12-month role will be similar to a Master's or PhD program in deep learning, a branch of machine learning that aims to mimic the brain.
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