Google open-sources ‘TensorFlow’ machine learning system, offering its neural network to outside …

You’ve likely used products shaped by Google’s machine learning system. The neural network has helped Google understand the subject in each Google Photos upload and what you’re saying when you talk to your Android phone. It’s even helped improve search results. Now, that machine learning system is going open source, Google announced today. Called TensorFlow, the new system includes an open source library and a set of tools, tutorials, and examples available for use by any organization under the Apache 2.0 license. This is the second generation of Google’s so-called “deep learning” machine learning system. The first generation, DistBelief, was used internally across Google, powering improvements in speech and image recognition. It was also responsible for those trippy computer-generated interpretations of otherwise boring images through the DeepDream program. The DeepDream project showed…


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