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Google banks on artificial intelligence, machine learning for future growth

In India, its focus is on the language front through which, it aims to have rural penetration

Avishek Rakshit  |  Kharagpur 

Global technology major Google, which is primarily accredited for developing the search engine and transforming mobiles into complex devices, is banking on the concept of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to drive its future growth. Already implementing complex algorithms in its search engine, the company is now integrating these concepts and coming up with solutions which can be used and implemented in daily life like Google Maps. The company's global chief executive officer (CEO), Sundar Pichai said a solution which can track blindness in early stages so that ...

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Google banks on artificial intelligence, machine learning for future growth

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Google banks on artificial intelligence, machine learning for future growth

In India, its focus is on the language front through which, it aims to have rural penetration

Global technology major Google, which is primarily accredited for developing the search engine and transforming mobiles into complex devices, is banking on the concept of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to drive its future growth. Already implementing complex algorithms in its search engine, the company is now integrating these concepts and coming up with solutions which can be used and implemented in daily life like Google Maps. The company's global chief executive officer (CEO), Sundar Pichai said a solution which can track blindness in early stages so that ...

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