At the annual developer conference at the McEnery Conference Center in San Jose, California, F8, the social network giant Facebook today announced plans to open open source multiple artificial intelligence (AI) tools, including Translate (48 languages), ELF (which can be taught by games) and an open source deep learning box. Frame PyTorch 1.
Facebook's ELF go chat robot
Facebook Chief Technical Officer Mike
In a blog post, Facebook said:
Facebook's open source deep learning framework
In addition, Facebook has released the upcoming PyTorch 1, which is an open source deep learning framework. Facebook released its information to the public for the first time in January 2017, which has been downloaded more than 1 million 100 thousand times and is the second most popular deep learning framework on the research portal Arxiv over the past month.
ONNX, an open source project launched last fall by Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft, aims to work on open source systems such as Caffe2 and PyTorch Microsoft
Microsoft's Azure machine learning service and Amazon's cloud computing service AWS will support PyTorch 1.
Other updates released by F8 this year include the release of the first independent virtual reality helmet Oculus Go, a new Facebook Stories sharing feature, and a reopen application and robot review function after the Cambridge analysis of a company's misuse of data scandals. (compiling / golden deer)