Google’s TensorFlow Serving goes open source for large scale machine learning model creation

Google has released TensorFlow Serving to the open-source community, a fresh addition to computer learning software for large-scale modeling projects. On Tuesday, Google Software engineer Noah Fiedel said in a blog post the software is a high-performance serving system for machine learning models, especially for production environments. TensorFlow is machine learning software used in well-known applications such as Google Photos and Google Translate, as well as Smart Reply in Inbox and the speech recognition in the main Google app. The capabilities of the software can go also beyond bolt-on features for such applications. According to Google, the technology can be utilized by researchers who need to analyze sets of complex data. Machine learning software, however, presents a number of challenges. Problems linked to implementing machine learning software include high maintenance…


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