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Distributed TensorFlow and the hidden layers of engineering work

By Brad Svee, Staff Cloud Solutions Architect With all the buzz around Machine Learning as of late, it’s no surprise that companies are starting to experiment with their own ML models, and a lot of them are choosing TensorFlow. Because TensorFlow is open source, you can run it locally to quickly create prototypes and deploy fail-fast experiments that help you get your proof-of-concept working at a small scale.
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