Developers can tap into deep learning with the open-source beta…

Frank Seide, left, and Chris Basoglu, right, have been key to building Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit. (Photo by Scott Eklund/Red Box Pictures)Developers and researchers can start using the power of deep learning with the updated beta release of the open-source Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit. The toolkit, previously known as CNTK, and was developed by computer scientists at Microsoft. They wanted developers to be able to train and evaluate deep learning algorithms fast, scaling efficiently in a range of environments, like CPUs, GPUs, and multiple machines, according to a Microsoft Research blog post by Microsoft writer Allison Linn. The toolkit turned into something that customers could benefit from, including Microsoft’s flagship product groups like Cortana. Skype, Bing and Xbox are also already using the toolkit to develop commercial-grade AI, according to Linn. And…


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