Until recently, Google's ML Kit machine learning functionality has focused on video and image processing. Now, Google has introduced two APIs that expand ML Kit into the language space. The Smart Reply API suggests responses within chat apps, and Language Identification identifies text language.
Despite the infinite compute power of the cloud and all the machine learning and artificial intelligence that thrives on that compute power, technology just falls short of our expectations. Which is exactly what happened when one developer gave Microsoft's Bing Speech Recognition API a whirl.
IBM announced recently that they are making it easier for developers to jump into machine learning. At the World of Watson, the IBM Cloud-based Watson Data Platform with Machine Learning was launched. At the core of it all was the concept of the interconnectivity of data made possible through APIs.