Google’s TensorFlow Serving Goes Open-Source

Some readers are likely to be more familiar with the concept of machine learning than others. In short, it’s a way for an A.I. to be constantly improved that works by allowing the system to look over data it’s compiled in the past and by figuring out what’s related and appropriate, learn how to handle situations involving new data. Machine learning is used extensively in things like A.I. voice assistants, security suites and search engines. Alphabet, in fact, makes extensive use of machine learning. So extensive, in fact, that they developed their own system for it, called TensorFlow. The deployment module that allows TensorFlow systems to receive new data, be implemented in existing systems and be improved upon while still working is a vital part of TensorFlow. It is this…

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