Google Makes Powerful TensorFlow Machine-Learning Software Free To AI Researchers

Steve Pak | Nov 10, 2015 05:48 AM EST Google’s TensorFlow Logo (Photo : Facebook) Google hopes to become a world-leading artificial intelligence (AI) developer, causing the Alphabet subsidiary to open-source its TensorFlow machine-learning software. The tech giant announced that it is the same in-house system that it has used to support its search engine’s AI, and other mathematically complex programs. Like Us on Facebook IBM’s Watson supercomputer defeated the all-time top “Jeopardy!” champions about four years ago, according to The Christian Science Monitor.  However, no computer system has truly matched humans’ problem-solving skills. AI is a critical tech tool with several applications. They include Facebook’s facial recognition software that automatically identifies and tags uploaded photos, self-driving cars from Google and Tesla, Facebook’s Oculus virtual reality headset, and personal assistants…


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