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Google enhances the AI behind its computer vision services

As of this week, companies that rely on Google’s cloud platform to process their media assets should see a noticeable improvement in results. The search giant on Thursday announced several enhancements to its object recognition services aimed at increasing the accuracy with which they can identify and categorize items. Most of the changes affect Google’s Cloud Vision […] The post Google enhances the AI behind its computer vision services appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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