Microsoft Opens Up Deep Learning Toolkit

Home News Microsoft Opens Up Deep Learning Toolkit Michael Feldman | October 26, 2016 03:49 CEST This week Microsoft released a beta version of its deep learning software package, the Cognitive Toolkit, into GitHub, the popular open source hosting service. The new release, which was announced in a company blog, marks the transition of the toolkit from an internal research project into something Microsoft plans to support for production work into the foreseeable future. Up until this week, the software was called the Computational Network Toolkit (CNTK) and was used mostly for in-house machine learning applications in areas like search (think Bing) and speech recognition (think Skype Translator and Cortana). Over time, as software is want to do, the toolkit became more generalized and full-featured. The release adds a number…

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