January 4, 2017

Why Machine Learning Is Hard to Apply to Networking

Machine learning is becoming a buzzword—arguably an overused one—among companies that deal with networking. Recent announcements have touted machine learning capabilities at GoogleHewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), and Nokia, for instance.

But machine learning isn’t being applied to networking itself. Why is that? 

The intersection of machine learning and networking is where David Meyer, chief scientist at Brocade, has been working. After serving a term as the first chairman of the OpenDaylight Project’s Technical Steering Committee (TSC), Meyer shifted his work into the realm of artificial intelligence.

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