Deep Learning Weekly - Issue #29: Deep Learning Cloud Wars Heating up, Tensorflow release and a Peek at Visual Discovery at Pintered

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Another exciting week in Deep Learning:This week we have seen the deep learning cloud wars heating up
 
February 23 · Issue #29 · View online
Deep Learning Weekly

Another exciting week in Deep Learning:
This week we have seen the deep learning cloud wars heating up with Google following Amazon and a startup entering the scene aiming to become the Heroku of deep learning, tensorflow 1.0 was released, Microsoft open sources AirSim, a framework for training and testing drones and Pinterest offers a peek at their visual discovery engine.

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