Google Open-Sources TensorFlow: A Preemptive Strike on Competitors?

Google is open-sourcing its second-generation machine learning system TensorFlow. TensorFlow is a powerful AI system general enough to be applicable in a wide variety of domains. AI and Deep Learning are likely to dominate the computing landscape of the next decade and beyond. With this move, Google is offering a free alternative to its competitors’s AI, and recruiting (for free) an army of new developers to improve its own. Alphabet Inc-A (NASDAQ:GOOGL) announced that it’s open-sourcing its second-generation machine learning system TensorFlow. The Internet giant has open-sourced TensorFlow as a standalone library and associated tools, tutorials, and examples with the very permissive Apache 2.0 license, so single developers, companies and organizations will be free to use TensorFlow in their projects. Note: You might also be interested in ‘Alphabet bets on Visionary…


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