Google makes AI software open source in machine learning drive

Software CBR Staff Writer 08:41, November 10 2015 News: TensorFlow system is a followup to the company’s original DistBelief engine. Google has announced the open source release of TensorFlow, its second-generation machine learning system. TensorFlow is a followup to the company’s original DistBelief engine, which was used to make speech recognition work better and build image search into Google Photos. DistBelief was not very scalable as a neural network and was tightly integrated with Google’s internal infrastructure, making it impractical to share code with researchers or other firms. TensorFlow was built to avoid these concerns. It can run on a single smartphone or across several computers in datacentres. It can be used for speech recognition in the Google app, Smart Reply in Inbox, and to search in Google Photos. TensorFlow,…


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