The Google Cloud Machine Learning API’s TensorFlow functionality affords developers greater flexibility when using cloud to build apps. Its integration supports manipulation of data, training of machine learning models, and deployment of GCP resources in predictions. The API is currently a beta release that is subject to future changes that might alter its architecture. As such, developers are cautioned against using it for production purposes.
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20-06-17 13:57:43[Brief] Google Releases TensorFlow Object Detection API updated with Related API Google Cloud Machine Learning
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