Google's machine learning engine, TensorFlow, now available to everyone

TensorFlow has been made available for anyone and everyone to edit, modify and use in a whole manner of deployments. The machine learning engine is the backbone to many of Google's advances in automated search and analysis. Think cats, dogs, faces, objects, basically anything and everything can be covered by this system.

The engine has been used by the company to improve speech recognition in the official Google app by a reported 25%, as well as forming the image search now available in Google Photos. The second-generation machine learning system is readily available for anyone to download and use. Best of all – it's completely free.

TensorFlow is great for research, but it's ready for use in real products too. TensorFlow was built from the ground up to be fast, portable, and ready for production service. You can move your idea seamlessly from training on your desktop GPU to running on your mobile phone. And you can get started quickly with powerful machine learning tech by using our state-of-the-art example model architectures. For example, we plan to release our complete, top shelf ImageNet computer vision model on TensorFlow soon.

The engine is available as a standalone library and associated tools, tutorials, as well as examples are under Apache 2.0 license. Should you be interested to learn more about TensorFlow, we highly recommend you check out the official website. More details, as well as GitHub links and the like can be found over on the official blog post.

Source: Google

Rich Edmonds