Google shares its machine learning software, TensorFlow, with the world

Source: Google Google announced in a blog post today that it has released machine learning software it calls TensorFlow to the open source community.  For Google itself, machine learning has become core to many of its services, and it’s become integral to many features in its search, language, photo and other products. Now with TensorFlow, the company is giving access to independent developers to build their own software using AI technology. According to the blog post from Jeff Dean, senior google fellow, and Rajat Monga, technical lead, TensorFlow is an improvement on the old neural network system the company employed called DistBelief. The new technology improves on some of the shortcomings of that system, including being more “general, flexible, portable, easy-to-use, and completely open source,” they wrote.  Further, the company…


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