On Monday, Google released TensorFlow

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On Monday, Google released TensorFlow, a new AI system that's used in everything from recognizing speech on a noisy sidewalk to finding photos of your pet dog Fluffy.

And in a rare move for Google, it's making its software open source, meaning anyone can access and edit the code.

The software passes complex data structures, or tensors, through a neural network, or artificial brain, hence the name Tensor Flow. This process is a core part of deep learning, a powerful AI tool that is used in many of Google's products.

Google says the new program is five times faster than its first-generation system, and can be run on thousands of computers or a single smartphone. Google uses it in everything from Search to Photos to Inbox. For example, it's what lets Google Translate detect foreign words on a street sign and translate them in real-time.

Read more at: businessinsider.com

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