Google launches distributed version of its TensorFlow machine learning system

Google today announced the launch of version 0.8 of TensorFlow, its open source library for doing the hard computation work that makes machine learning possible. Normally, a small point update like this wouldn’t be all that interesting, but with this version, TensorFlow can now run the training processes for building machine learning models across hundreds of machines in parallel.This means training complex models using TensorFlow won’t take days or even weeks, but often only hours. The company says distributed computing has long been one of the most requested features for TensorFlow and with this, Google is essentially making the technology that powers much of its recently announced hosted Google Cloud Machine Learning platform available to all developers. Google says it’s using the gRPC library to manage all of these machines. The company…


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