Microsoft releases free, open source deep learning tools

Microsoft has published a refreshed set of free and open source tools for deep learning and artificial intelligence applications, claiming they can now be used in a production setting. The Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit is still labelled as beta software, but the the company is nevertheless is touting it as “commercial grade”.  The new version of the deep learning toolkit boasts improved performance, especially when working on big datasets which can be deployed across multiple machines. Reinforcement learning is now available for the open source suite, which can be used to speed up advances in areas such as speech and image recognition, and search relevance, using general-purpose processors and Nvidia graphics chips. AI developers can also utilise cloud-based Azure N-Series virtual machines, that provide systems with up to 24 Intel Xeon E5-2960…

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