It has been less than a year since Google first provided a glimpse into its vision for cloud computing. If there is any company that should be paid attention to in this area, it’s Google. Special attention should occur when the chairman of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, claims that the next five years will hold even more innovation than the previous five years when it comes to cloud computing. Looking back at the last five years, that is quite the statement.
The biggest part of the keynote address focused on machine learning. This gives us a good idea of where cloud computing in general wil go. Google has since proven just how serious it is about machine learning with the news being filled with buzz about DeepMind.
Looking at the keynote address we can surmise that machine learning will be a regular part of our lives within the next five years. According to Google, their machine learning software could work in something like an API in the fugure. Developers will be able to plug the software in and focus on creating.
The end goal is that machines will be able to parse through the millions of terabytes of data that humankind collects every …