Machine learning, Google-style
When Google refers to "machine learning," it means businesses can link to Google systems that are capable of learning from their voice, text and image data. Their analysis systems are able to help you make use of that information in your business, at least as described at its event Nov. 15 in San Francisco. It's less about the enterprise gathering internal data from a bunch of factory floor or other devices and getting analytics on their operations from the Google Cloud. It's more about processing previously difficult to use, unstructured data for new insights and benefits.