Despite having removed its search engine from China, Google appears to be actively promoting its TensorFlow machine learning platform there, rightly seeing it as the market of the future for this service. After appearances at several private events, use in universities and by opinion leaders TensorFlow looks set to become the development platform of choice for students, academics and workers, in an environment where the development of all things machine learning is a national priority, and where there seem to be fewer privacy limits on data generation.
We're proud to be supporting the new developer survey run by our friends at VisionMobile. This is the 11th developer survey and it's entitled Developer Tools Benchmarking – as you can understand, the focus is on developer tools. The survey features questions on topics like programming languages, platforms, app categories, tool categories, revenue models, IoT verticals. This year, they have included specific survey questions on Machine Learning tools such as BigML as a new area to explore. It's a survey made by developers, for developers – so the questions are very relevant.
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