TensorFlow could be Google’s new, open-source, central nervous system

Share This article Google (the real Google, within Alphabet) has announced a new, open-source machine learning platform called TensorFlow, one which could greatly accelerate the pace at which neural networks are taking over the search giant’s service portfolio — and its business model. The company claims it can significantly improve both the speed and power of neural network development across a wide variety of platforms and applications. If Google and the community can develop the platform as they clearly hope, then TensorFlow could become Google’s new organizing principle, and a major driver in the continuing evolution of the Internet. Google is calling it the company’s “second generation” machine learning platform, successor to the successful but now-aging DistBelief platform that has led to many of the company’s current services. It says that by using TensorFlow, its developers can build and train a machine learning…


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