Google Built a Shiny New Brain to Make All Our Decisions for Us. It’s Called…TensorFlow?

Contary to how it sounds, Google’s TensorFlow is not a toilet device. It might be the future of machine learning. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Google made an announcement Monday that will send ripples throughout the technology industry for years to come—even if it sounds like gobbledygook to the average person. Will Oremus The company said in a blog post that it has built a new machine-learning system called “TensorFlow,” and that it will make the software open-source, so that others can use and build on it. Advertisement That’s important for at least two reasons. First, machine-learning algorithms are increasingly at the core of Google’s technology. I’ve written before that Google is no longer a search company—it’s a machine-learning company. What’s machine learning, you might ask? My colleague David Auerbach…


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