Google brings machine learning to the masses with new open-source tool

Featuring a Python interface, TensorFlow is now available under an Apache 2.0 license TensorFlow incorporates some of the machine-learning technology used to build image search in Google Photos. Credit: Google IDG News Service Nov 9, 2015 8:12 AM Google has been working on machine learning for years deep inside its R&D labs, and some of the advances it’s made have found their way into products such as Google Photos. On Monday, it launched a new, open-source tool to help share what it’s learned. TensorFlow is a machine-learning system that can run on anything from a single smartphone to thousands of data-center computers. It builds upon DistBelief, the deep-learning infrastructure Google developed back in 2011, but takes that first generation several steps further. “TensorFlow is faster, smarter and more flexible than…


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