Google Releases Goes Open-Source for Machine Learning

This week Google launched its new machine learning software TensorFlow. The internet giant has elected to make this Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool free to download (open-source) which could give it the competitive edge as an innovative leader, where other big organisations like Amazon and Facebook have large and long-term investments. TensorFlow is intended for tech innovators in the space like software developers and scientists. IBM, Microsoft, and Amazon have similar deep learning offerings available on their cloud platforms. Announced on their official blog, Google promised that the new product is far more sophisticated than 2011’s DistBelief which they had designed for use on their data system. “TensorFlow is faster, smarter, and more flexible than our old system,” Google said. “It can be adapted much more easily to new products and…

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