Google’s machine learning goes open source

Google is five to seven years ahead of the rest of the world. If they open source their tools, this can make everybody else better at machine learning – Chris Nicholson

Guess what, they just did. Google has opened up its software for machine learning to speed up development. This may not mean much to you right now but when your AI IoT lawn mover is chasing you down the street you should know how it started 🙂

Wired: Google just open sourced TensorFlow, its AI enginge

Google blog: Smarter machine learning, for everyone

VentureBeat: Google launches open-source machine-learning system


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Ok, we’re already off topic here: (or are we?)

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Wikipedia: Machine learningArtificial General Intelligence | Internet of things | Open source


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