MXNet, a Deep Learning Tool, Joins Apache’s Incubator

by Sam Dean – Feb. 01, 2017Comments (0)The Apache Software Foundation, which incubates more than 350 open source projects and initiatives, has a long history of bringing development and resources to meaningful open source projects. In recent times, the foundation has been focusing on advancing open big data projects, as we covered here. Now, MXNet, Amazon Web Services’ well-known deep learning framework, has been accepted to the Apache Incubator. Joining the incubator is the first step necessary for the project to officially become part of the Apache Software Foundation. It should bring many resources to this promising, open tool. As Amazon noted: MXNet is an open source, state of the art deep learning engine, which allows developers to build sophisticated, custom artificial intelligence systems. Training these systems is significantly faster in MXNet, due…

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