Category: News

  • OpenAI and the Dota 2 Bot

    OpenAI – a non-profit AI research company, founded by Elon Musk and Sam Altman, which focuses on developing friendly AI – unveiled their Dota 2 AI Bot in August 2017, which is capable of defeating top Dota professional players in 1v1 matches. OpenAI Logo Dota 2 is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game developed…

  • What is AlphaGo, AlphaGo Zero, and AlphaZero

    AlphaGo – developed by the DeepMind team of Google – is an AI program which plays the board game Go. A Go board (By Donarreiskoffer – Self-photographed, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=43383) The Go board game is an abstract strategy game, which has been invented in China over 2500 years ago. Despite its simple set of…

  • TensorFlow Lite Developer Preview Announced

    TensorFlow yesterday (14th Nov) announced the developer preview of TensorFlow Lite, a lightweight solution of TensorFlow for mobile and embedded devices, targeted for low-latency inference of on-device machine learning models. TensorFlow Lite Logo TensorFlow Lite is an evolution of TensorFlow Mobile, and designed to be lightweight, cross-platform (Android and iOS for a start), and fast.…

  • Machine UI : An IDE for Machine Learning, currently in Alpha

    Machine UI, or just “Machine” as it’s commonly referred, is an IDE for Machine Learning, which is currently in its Alpha stage. It has been designed to work with TensorFlow, and aims at simplifying setting up machine Learning experiments so that you spend more time experimenting, and less time configuring. The interface of Machine UI…

  • TensorFlow 1.0 Released!

    TensorFlow 1.0 has been released! Just a week back I posted about the announcement of TensorFlow 1.0 and the new features coming. Now, it’s finally here. It was released at the first TensorFlow Dev Summit held yesterday (15th Feb) at Mountain View, California. The official TensorFlow website is now updated for the 1.0 release, which…

  • TensorFlow 1.0 announced with better Mobile support and Java API

    TensorFlow, with its r0.12 version gave the (much awaited) compatibility to Windows (check How to setup TensorFlow on Windows), and an Experimental API for the GO language. Now, they have announced the first major version – version r1.0 – of TensorFlow, with several exciting features. While Python would still be the primary API – and…