Google Open-Sources Its Machine Learning Engine TenserFlow

Google has just open-sourced its artificial intelligence library TenserFlow. The Internet giant is sharing a core piece of its technology with the rest of the world to influence AI research. The technology is used across the company to apply deep learning to a lot of different areas. Its release means that anyone can download and modify the development software that underpins features such as the company’s Smart Reply e-mail tool and RankBrain, the artificial intelligence powering part of the company’s search engine. According to Computer World, Google CEO Sundar Pichai explained that TenserFlow is a highly scalable machine learning system. It has been designed to adapt more easily to new applications and new research. The tech giant uses the technology for everything from speech recognition to Google Photos. Pichai hopes…

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