In order to further lift its machine learning abilities, Google is obtaining Kaggle, a platform that hosts competitions for analysts and information researchers.
At the moment right very little details are available about this acquisition however Google is relied upon to officially declare this acquisition at their Cloud Next meeting in San Francisco one week from now.
Established in 2010 by Goldbloom and Ben Hamner, Kaggle is one of the biggest and most dynamic groups for data scientists that as of now has the greater part a million enlisted clients spreading over more than 194 nations. The userbase comes from diverse foundations, including fields, for example, software engineering, Computer vision, science, medication, and even glaciology.
Couple of weeks back, Google and Kaggle had come together to organize a $100,000 machine learning competiton around classifying YouTube recordings. This competiton had some profound combinations with the Google Cloud Platform, as well. Obviously, Google is relied upon to hold the platform operational under its present name.
Kaggle has so far had $12.75 million in funding from marquee investors including Index Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Max Levchin, Naval Ravikant, and Yuri Milner among others. Both the organizations are yet to provide any remark on the reports.
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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk