The TensorFlow team takes you inside the ML & AI sandbox at Google I/O 2019 to show you some of the coolest new demos powered by TensorFlow. Dance Like teaches people how to dance by using TensorFlow Lite to run multiple models in real-time on a mobile device. PoseNet and Piano Genie both use TensorFlow.js to run ML models entirely in the browser. To learn more about TensorFlow Lite and TensorFlow.js and get started, check out the links below!
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Watch these short videos to learn more about how individuals and companies are using TensorFlow to drive enormous impact across many different disciplines.
TensorFlow Dev Summit 2019 took place on March 6th and 7th at the Google Event Center in Sunnyvale, CA. Learn all about it → http://bit.ly/TFDS19
TensorFlow Dev Summit brings together a diverse mix of machine learning users from around the world for two days of highly technical talks, demos, and conversation with the TensorFlow team and community.
TensorFlow experts are ready to take on your questions! Our new series #AskTensorFlow is where we answer your questions about building machine learning & AI programs with TensorFlow. If you want your questions answered on a future episode, use #AskTensorFlow in the comments and on Twitter!
Welcome to our new series, QuantumCasts. The Google AI Quantum team is here to teach you all about quantum computing. You will learn what quantum computing entails, the breakthroughs it can provide over traditional computing, and how you can program quantum computers to put them to use!