Microsoft makes another open-source move with machine learning tech ZDNet


By making these moves, Microsoft is hoping to build up a broader community of developers around CNTK. We've seen firsthand the kind of performance CNTK can deliver, and we think it could make an even greater impact within the broader machine learning and AI community. Indeed, in November it released another project, Distributed Machine Learning Toolkit, to Github. "With its ability to run on a single, high-end Graphical Processing Unit (GPU) server or distributed clusters of GPU-based machines--a differentiator, according to Microsoft--CNTK appears to give developers speed and throughput advantages," he adds.

If Machines had an IQ they wouldn't be in MENSA


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