Google Launches AutoML Natural Language

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Google Launches AutoML Natural Language

Google has launched the AutoML Natural Language, an extension of its Cloud AutoML machine learning platform to the natural language processing domain. AutoML Natural Language is now available for customers globally to support tasks like classification, sentiment analysis, and more.

The language uses ML to extract the meaning of a text from emails, chats, online posts, etc. It can take out information about people and places from cloud storage documents of Google, allowing users to train their AI models accordingly.

The purpose of AutoML is to provide companies with custom ML models. Organizations like Hearst Corporation, Nikkei Group, etc. are already using AutoML Natural Language to organize content across their platforms.


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