Google Offers Up Its Entire Machine Learning Library as Open-Source Software

Via its research blog, Google announced on Monday that it was releasing the second generation of its machine learning framework as an open-source library called TensorFlow. “The most important thing about TensorFlow is that it’s yours,” write Google Technical Lead Rajat Monga and Google Senior Fellow Jeff Dean. “We’ve open-sourced TensorFlow as a standalone library and associated tools, tutorials, and examples with the Apache 2.0 license so you’re free to use TensorFlow at your institution (no matter where you work).” The whole thing is ready, waiting, and, based on some skimming around, quite accessible; the project comes well equipped with documentation and tutorials. As of now, it features APIs for both Python (more support) and C/C++ (better performance, less support), but as the TensorFlow project page notes, it’s hoped that…


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