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TensorFlow is an open-source Machine learning library developed by by the Google Brain team and released in 2015 for general public use under the Apache 2.0 open source license. It is used by folks who wants to work with artificial intelligence. Along the way, TensorFlow has broken all records in terms of projects on GitHub.
Tensorflow is written in Python, C++, and CUDA. It provides official Python and C programming interfaces (API). You can use TensorFlow, without a API stability guarantee, in C++, Go, and Java. Third party packages are available for C#, Haskell, Julia, R, Scala, Rust, and OCaml.
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