Amazon Open Sources Its Library of Deep Learning Software

by Angela Guess Stephanie Condon reports in ZDnet, “Following the lead of other tech giants, Amazon has open sourced its deep learning software. The Deep Scalable Sparse Tensor Network Engine (DSSTNE) library is now available on GitHub under the Apache 2.0 license. Amazon explained on its FAQ page that DSSTNE, pronounced “Destiny,” helps Amazon’s hundreds of millions of customers shop. ‘We help them discover the right product from an immense catalog of products,’ the company explained. ‘Making good recommendations requires neural networks’.” Condon continues, “The web giant said it’s releasing DSSTNE as open source software ‘so that the promise of deep learning can extend beyond speech and language understanding and object recognition to other areas such as search and recommendations. We hope that researchers around the world can collaborate to…

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