Speaker(s): Andrew Selle, Google Brain Team
A lot has happened in TensorFlow since its open-source release a year ago. TensorFlow is an open source system for machine intelligence. It’s Google’s second-generation deep learning system, flexible enough for research yet performant enough for production. In this talk we provide an overview of what TensorFlow is and how it works, a summary of the new developments in the library including high-speed compilation, better ecosystem support, and easier to use high-level libraries. We also discuss how the open source community has shaped its development and success.
(Type: Talk | Track: AI & Machine Learning | Room: Dalton Hall (Floor 3))
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