Machine Learning: Google’s Open-Source TensorFlow Platform Targets Deep Learning

Home › Machine Learning › Machine Learning: Google’s Open-Source TensorFlow Platform Targets Deep Learning By Dick Weisinger In November 2015, a group within Google called ‘Google Brain’ introduced an open-source API called TensorFlow for numerical computing and managing deep learning and artificial intelligence tasks like speech and image recognition.  TensorFlow can be deployed on anywhere from one to a distributed set of CPUs or GPUs. Matthew Zeiler, founder of AI service Clarifai, said that “Neural nets are getting used everywhere these days… Deep learning is a huge opportunity right now because it enables developers to create applications in a way that was never possible before. Neural networks are a new way of programming computers … It’s a new way of handling data.” With TensorFlow, tasks are broken down into a dataflow-graph representation.…


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