Topic: machine intelligence

Google previews TensorFlow Lite

Google is giving developers a way to add machine learning models to their mobile and embedded devices. The company announced the developer preview of TensorFlow Lite. The new solution is a lightweight version of TensorFlow, the open-source software library for machine intelligence. “TensorFlow has always run on many platforms, from racks of servers to tiny … continue reading

Salesforce AppExchange Partner Program, Docker’s new CEO, and InVision’s acquisition of TrackDuck — SD Times news digest: May 2, 2017

Salesforce is giving developers a new program and solution for building artificial intelligence systems. The company launched the Salesforce AppExchange Partner Program, which provides the latest advancements in AI from Salesforce Einstein and the Salesforce Trailhead guided learning platform. The AppExchange Partner Program will replace the company’s previous ISV Partner Program. Features include a new … continue reading

Microsoft UWP Community Toolkit, Twitter extends Crashlytics, and roadblocks to cloud success—SD Times news digest: Aug. 18, 2016

Microsoft is giving developers a new open-source toolkit to enable them to work with their community and contribute to the Windows SDK. The UWP Community Toolkit features capabilities such as helper functions, custom controls and app services for developers; open-source code; and alignment with the Windows SDK for Windows 10. Developers can use the toolkit … continue reading

Google’s Project Magenta, Redfin open-sources React Server, and Nokia to lay off more than 1,000 employees—SD Times news digest: May 23, 2016

One of Google’s latest projects is the Magenta project, an effort to generate music, video and images using machine intelligence. It’s also an open-source library for machine learning, part of the Google Brain team, using TensorFlow. The big question Project Magenta tries to answer is, “Can machines make music and art?” If this is possible, … continue reading

Nim e-book now available, Google and Movidius team up on deep learning, and creating a Twitter bot with Node.js—SD Times news digest: Jan. 28, 2016

“Nim in Action,” a book about the Nim programming language, is now available. The book introduces the Nim programming language, teaching programmers how to write native software applications and libraries, Web applications, embedded device software, and programs that communicate over the Internet. It explains hands-on examples of how to write test, debug, document and package … continue reading

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