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    Google shares developer preview of TensorFlow Lite /Link

     Developers were pretty psyched by the announcement at Google I/O back in May that a new version of TensorFlow was being built from the ground up for mobile devices. Today, Google has released a developer preview of TensorFlow Lite. The software library is aimed at creating a more lightweight machine learning solution for smartphone and embedded devices. The company is calling it an evolution… Read More




    (@)Lucas Matney

    Published on 15 Nov 2017 at 01:15AM

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