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Google brings Core ML support to TensorFlow Lite

Google today released a tool that converts AI models produced for mobile devices using its TensorFlow Lite tool into Apple’s Core ML.mlmodel file format for use with iOS devices. The converter was made in collaboration with Apple, according to a Google developers blog post. TensorFlow Lite was designed to produce lighter-weight machine learning models […]
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