Google open-sources TensorFlow machine learning software

Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks during a Google media event in September.(Photo: Justin Sullivan, Getty Images) SAN FRANCISCO — Google is escalating the latest arms race in Silicon Valley: artificial intelligence. Called machine learning, it’s software that learns as it processes massive amounts of data. It has made big leaps in recent years, fueling new advances such as language translation and speech recognition. Every major tech company from Facebook to Apple is funneling resources into machine learning to accelerate the pace of innovation. On Monday Google announced it is open-sourcing its machine learning software, meaning it’s making the software freely available to outside software developers. Google has done this before. It open-sourced Android and now it’s the most popular mobile software in the world with 80% market share. TensorFlow is up to…

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