Very proud to be open-sourcing TensorFlow, Google's newest Deep Learning framework! TensorFlow is both a production-grade C++ backend, which runs on Intel CPUs, NVidia GPUs, Android, iOS and OSX, and a very simple and research-friendly Python front-end that interfaces with Numpy, iPython Notebooks, and all the familiar Python-based scientific tooling that we love. TensorFlow is what we use every day in the Google Brain team, and while it's still very early days and there are a ton of rough edges to be ironed out, I'm excited about the opportunity to build a community of researchers, developers and infrastructure providers around it. Try it out!
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- That is fantastic! Excited to use it to find some cardiac arrhythmias.Nov 9, 2015
- Thank you so much for open sourcing! This is huge for a student like me and millions of others whom cannot afford top-level technologies, but wish to have our creativity become reality. Thank you!Nov 9, 2015
- Awesome.Nov 9, 2015
- Today I attended Demis Hassabis' talk at the Falling Wall Conference. I wish Google would open-source Deepmind as well ;)Nov 9, 2015
- Really huge. Thanks!Nov 9, 2015
- Very nice. But should you feel like trying it out on GPUs, be forewarned that TF requires CUDA compute capability >= 3.5, and the GRID K520s on AWS are only 3.0... :-( Also, you need CUDA 7 and CuDNN 6.5; using the latest versions requires messing around with the build scripts someNov 10, 2015
- both issues are pretty high up on our list of things to fix.Nov 10, 2015
- Great! Support for the latest CUDA/CuDNN would be great, as even changing the build scripts I'm still having issues. Looking forward to itNov 10, 2015
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