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TensorFlow is an open-source machine learning software built by Google to train neural networks. TensorFlow's neural networks are expressed in the form of stateful dataflow graphs. Each node in the graph represents the operations performed by neural networks on multi-dimensional arrays. These multi-dimensional arrays are commonly known as "tensors", hence the name TensorFlow.
Being able to make near-real-time decisions becomes increasingly crucial. To succeed, we need machine learning systems that can turn massive amounts of data into valuable insights. But when you're just starting out in the data science field, how do you get started creating machine learning applications? The answer is TensorFlow, a new open source machine learning library from Google that they use in their own successful products like Search, Maps, YouTube, Translate, and Photos. The TensorFlow library can take your high level designs and turn them into the low level mathematical operations required by machine learning algorithms.