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The real value of BigQuery is not its speed. It's the power of "democratizing enterprise data." Because of BigQuery's scalability, you can isolate any workload on BigQuery from others. That means you can let non-engineers, such as sales, marketing, support and others, execute arbitrary quick-and-dirty SQL on BigQuery directly. Any employees in your enterprise can access its big data and quickly do data analytics without affecting performance to the production system, Now, imagine what would happen if you could use BigQuery for deep learning as well. After having data scientists training the cutting edge intelligent neural network model with TensorFlow or Google Cloud Machine Learning, you can move the model to BigQuery and execute predictions with the model inside BigQuery. This means you can let any employee in your company use the power of BigQuery for their daily data analytics tasks, including image analytics and business data analytics on terabytes of data, processed in tens of seconds, solely on BigQuery without any engineering knowledge.
Join Kaz and discover how you can combine Cloud Machine Learning and BigQuery to realize this vision. By sharing a demo, you'll see how BigQuery's power of "democratizing enterprise data" can be enhanced with a deep neural network model trained with Cloud Machine Learning.
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Kaz Sato is Staff Developer Advocate at Cloud Platform team, Google Inc. He leads the developer advocacy team for Machine Learning and Data Analytics products, such as TensorFlow, Cloud ML, and BigQuery. Invited to major events including Google Cloud Next '17 SF, Google I/O 2016, Hadoop Summit 2016, Strata+Hadoop World 2016 San Jose and NYC, ODSC East/West 2016 and Google Next 2015 NYC. Kaz also has been leading and supporting developer communities for Google Cloud for over 8 years. He is also interested in hardwares and IoT, and has been hosting FPGA meetups since 2013.