Artificial intelligence firm H2O.ai will collaborate Google to integrate the company’s open source platform, H2O-3, and the automated machine learning platform, H2O Driverless AI, with the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
In doing so, the Mountain View, California-based company aims to offer data science teams with a machine learning platform that can be quickly implemented for high-level data management capabilities in just a matter of days.
“Customers are looking for AI solutions that are not only simple to implement and use, but that will also scale with their organizations over time,” said Adam Massey, Director of Global Technology Partners at Google Cloud.
He added that, “our collaboration will give customers access to enterprise-grade machine learning and AI capabilities from both H2O.ai and Google Cloud.”
Among the products that will be included in the collaboration are the H2O-3 and Driverless AI on Google Cloud Platform Marketplace, H2O-3 and Driverless AI with KubeFlow, H2O Sparkling Water with Google Data Proc, and Driverless AI on Google BigQuery.
“With H2O Driverless AI on the Google Cloud Platform customers can trust in AI to transform business processes with faster time to market and scale past the current limits and talent gap in AI and cloud,” said said Sri Ambati, CEO and founder of H2O.ai. “The teams at Google and H2O are working relentlessly to make AI ubiquitous and easy for businesses worldwide.”