Google’s machine learning system TensorFlow goes open-source

Comments By: Tech Desk | Updated: November 10, 2015 1:30 pm Google’s machine learning system TensorFlow is now open source. Google has announced that it will make it machine learning system called TensorFlow open-source and available to all coders, researchers. The system drives Google Now on smartphones, search in Google Photos, etc. Google made the announcement in a blogpost, stating that “TensorFlow is faster, smarter, and more flexible than our old system, so it can be adapted much more easily to new products and research.” TensorFlow allows Google to build and train neural nets up to five times faster than their first-generation system, says the search giant. Share This Article Related Article Apple hiring more artificial intelligence experts as it takes aims at Google Google search requests on mobile devices…

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