Google Announces Its Machine-Learning System TensorFlow Is Now Open-Sourced

Google open-sourced its machine-learning system TensorFlow to outside developers in order to make advancements to artificial intelligence.(Photo : Google Research Blog) Google has taken a giant step to enable further advancements of artificial intelligence. The company announced on Monday that it is open-sourcing its second-generation machine-learning system to outside developers. There is no denying that learning systems have made it possible to create and improve apps when it comes to speech and image recognition technologies. Just take Google Photos for example, which was built using the company’s machine-learning system, called DisBelief. Developed in 2011, DisBelief has helped Google build large neural networks, but it has its limitations, including difficult configurations and its inability to share code externally. As a result, the company has open-sourced TensorFlow, which was designed to fix…


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