Microsoft Open Sources Cognitive Toolkit

Now available on GitHub, the platform is aimed at everyone from small startups to major tech companies. Microsoft this week released an updated version of its Cognitive Toolkit, previously known as CNTK. Developed internally by computer scientists who wanted a tool to help conduct research more quickly and effectively, the platform has become an essential tool for customers conducting various deep-learning tasks. “We’ve taken it from a research tool to something that works in a production setting,” Frank Seide, a key architect of Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit (pictured, left), said in a statement. The latest version, available now on GitHub via an open-source license, includes new functionality allowing developers use the Python or C++ programming languages. It can run on computers with traditional CPUs or GPUs (including Azure’s offering, currently in…

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