Google powers YouTube with its own Video-Transcoding Chips

Google AI chip

YouTube is the world’s most popular video-sharing platform. Keeping it going was once thought to be difficult before Google purchased it in 2006. Since then, Google has fought hard to keep the site’s costs down, often reinventing Internet technology and copyright to do so. The primary infrastructure issue that YouTube must address for end-users today is delivering content optimized for your platform and bandwidth while ensuring efficiency.

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Google announces the general availability of Vertex AI to expedite the development and maintenance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Models

Google Vertex

Data scientists, every day, face manually stitching together Machine Learning point solutions and finding anomalies, resulting in a lag in model creation and experimentation, hence reducing the production level. To address these issues, Google announced Vertex AI, a managed machine learning platform meant to expedite the development and maintenance of artificial intelligence (AI) models to be generally available.

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