Google adds collaboration features, content to its AI Hub

Larry Dignan | September 05, 2019

Google adds collaboration features, content to its AI Hub
Google Cloud updated its AI Hub to enable more collaboration between data scientists and machine learning teams. AI Hub, which launched as a beta in April, is getting an overhaul that includes a new home page, machine learning taxonomy, more content and the ability to favorite notebooks, models and other assets. Google Cloud outlined the AI Hub upgrades at one of its CloudNext gatherings in San Francisco. However, the sharing features are more likely to have a larger impact on data science workflows. The sharing, permission and collaboration features in AI Hub rhyme with what's available in G Suite today. Google Cloud's bet is that data scientists and developers will collaborate more with a familiar sharing interface that allows them to share notebooks, trained machine learning models and KubeFlow pipelines.

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