In November of 2015, Google released it’s open-source framework for machine learning and named it TensorFlow. It supports deep-learning, neural networks, and general numerical computations on CPUs, GPUs, and clusters of GPUs. One of the biggest advantages of TensorFlow is it’s open-source community of developers, data scientists, and data engineers who contribute to its repository. The current version of TensorFlow is version 1.8 which added Gradient Boosted Trees as pre-configured Estimators. Also added was a 3rd generation pipeline config for Cloud TPUs, which improves performance and usability.
TensorFlow is by far the most popular AI engine being used today.
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