Amazon open-sources its deep learning software DSSTNE

Amazon has decided to follow in the footsteps of Google and other technology companies by open-sourcing its deep learning software. The company has released its deep learning software DSSTNE (pronounced destiny) on Github under an open-source Apache license. Deep learning has gained a lot of traction in recent months and many tech companies are currently developing their own software to help teach computers. Around five months ago, Google made its own deep learning library TensorFlow open-source as well. Amazon included a frequently asked questions page along with its library to explain why it has decided to open-source DSSTNE: “We are releasing DSSTNE as open source software so that the promise of deep learning can extend beyond speech and language understanding and object recognition to other areas such as search and recommendations.…


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