Google has open-sourced TensorFlow, their new deep-learning system

Some tech companies prefer to keep their data and research private, but Google is not just some tech company. In an effort to spread the wealth and make everyone and everything smarter (especially our apps), Google has decided to open source their machine learning system, TensorFlow, making it possible for anyone and everyone to access the huge potential benefits of Deep Learning. In a blog post announcing the new release, Jeff Dean, a Senior Google Fellow, and technical lead Rajat Monga note that TensorFlow is not only “great for research, but it’s ready for use in real products too.”Deep Learning, a technique recently applied by engineers at Pinterest in order to build their visual search tool, effectively teaches computers to see patterns in large sets of data, such as similarities in…


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