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FOUR TECH GIANTS SERIOUS ABOUT THE DEEP LEARNING REVOLUTION

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FOUR TECH GIANTS SERIOUS ABOUT THE DEEP LEARNING REVOLUTION
Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Baidu

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THE DEEP LEARNING REVOLUTION

GOOGLE
After launching the deep-learning-focused Google Brain project in 2011, Google introduced neural nets into its speech-recognition products in mid- 2012. The company now has more than 1,000 deep-learning projects under way, it says, extending across search, Android, Gmail, photos, Maps, Translate, YouTube and self-driving cars.

MICROSOFT
The company introduced deep learning into its commercial speech-recognition products, including Bing voice search and Xbox voice commands, in 2011. Microsoft now uses neural nets for its search rankings, photo search, translation systems and more.

FACEBOOK

 The social-media titan uses neural nets to translate about 2 billion user posts per day in more than 40 languages and says its translations are seen by 800 million users a day. Facebook also uses neural nets for photo search and photo organization and is working on a feature that would generate spoken captions for untagged photos that could be used by the visually impaired.
BAIDU

China’s leading search and web services site, Baidu uses neural nets for speech recognition, translation, photo search and a self-driving car project, among others. Speech recognition is key in China, a mobile-first society whose main language, Mandarin, is difficult to type into a device.

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