Η Google just announced a new service, the AI Hub ("Artificial Intelligence Hub"). AI Hub is billed to a user as a list of artificial intelligence tools and includes out-of-the-box algorithms. Engineers, specialists, data scientists and companies can use their Hub to share and store everything that artificial intelligence can offer.
At first glance, AI Hub seems to be a tough competitor of GitHub. However, Google has been more focused on communicating the code within the company, instead of giving that code to anyone who has a good idea. In addition, Google offers Hub users a variety of tools and platforms, such as Google AI, Google Cloud Partners, and Google AI, services not offered by GitHub.
Google's goal is to attract companies to the Hub and adopt the tools they offer. It is very likely that over the next few years, the Hub will be able to develop into a full one marketplace, depending on whether it will be used by many companies.
Google's move to launch the new service is smart enough, as today's companies need more information, resources, and artificial intelligence and machine–learning. Several companies have difficulty locating the specialized talents they need to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the AI Hub. In theory, AI Hub could help them with all the benefits they can gain from its services. In addition, more employers and employees could enrich their knowledge about it artificial intelligence.
In addition to the AI Hub, if someone wants to learn more about artificial intelligence, he can get information from the internet at first. For example, the Bloomberg offers totally free online lessons for machine-learning, and Google gives 25 free lessons and more than 40 exercises.
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