Google launches TensorFlow machine-learning system

(Image Credit: iStockPhoto/cosmin4000) TensorFlow is a new, open-source machine-learning system launched this morning from Google which brings some of the company’s smarts into your own applications. The company uses the example of the official Google app, which struggled with voice recognition due to external noise in the past, or the difficulty in finding exact pictures in Google Photos, both applications which have since been vastly-improved through implementing machine-learning.  Now the web giant is releasing TensorFlow as a “highly scalable” machine-learning system which can run on a single device, or across thousands of computers in datacenters. Compared to Google’s previous system, TensorFlow allows the development and training of neural nets up to five times faster than its predecessor. Computers today still can’t do what a 4-year-old can do effortlessly DistBelief, Google’s…

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