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Microsoft is launching a new service that aims to consolidate its machine learning know-how. Cortana Analytics is bringing the company's tools and services to all developers with a subscription.
Microsoft is working on a program that could allow any expert in any field to use machine learning algorithms, even without any coding or IT skills. The project is currently in closed beta.
Google is making it much easier to find useful and relevant information, and to help users get things done more quickly, with its new contextual search feature in Android M, Google Now on Tap.
Microsoft has created a new website that takes an old carnival game and attempts to use machine learning to guess your age; you can try it out right now.
Inbox is an invite-only re-imagination of the standard Gmail. It intelligently groups specific types of mail together and learns your habits to display more important mail above the rest, and more.
Microsoft's Azure platform took a huge step these past few weeks in bringing machine-learning to the masses and after talking with Microsoft at WPC 14, the revolution may be right around the corner.
Microsoft is bringing machine learning algorithms to Azure in a way that makes deploying the technology easy and quick; it's a big play for the service to differentiate itself from other platforms.
We all know that Microsoft Research is working on all sorts of amazing stuff, but machine learning has got to be one of the most mind blowing and promising technologies Redmond is toiling away on.
One of Google's secret projects involves a brain simulation, a huge network of computer processors - and cats, lots and lots of cats on YouTube. For science! Take a jump to read more.