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Various Uses of TensorFlow

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Various Uses of TensorFlow

Learn various uses of TensorFlow.

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TensorFlow Applications

TensorFlow is a great tool, which, if used properly, has innumerable benefits. The major uses of the library include classification, perception, understanding, discovering, prediction, and creation. Some of the current uses of the TensorFlow system, TensorFlow application, and some other awesome projects done by the open-source community are listed below:

  • Deep Speech Developed by Mozilla is a TensorFlow implementation motivated by Baidu’s Deep Speech architecture. You can download the code and modify it under the license at: https://github.com/mozilla/DeepSpeech

Uses of Tensorflow: Deep Speech

Uses of TensorFlow: Deep Speech

  • RankBrain: Developed by Google, it is a large-scale deployment of deep neural nets for search ranking on www.google.com. It is a part of the search algorithm that’s used to sort through the billions of pages it knows about and finds the ones deemed most relevant. It is also the most talked about TensorFlow Applications.

RankBrain: Applications of Tensorflow

RankBrain: Applications of TensorFlow

  • Inception Image Classifier, developed by Google, is a baseline model and follow-on research into highly accurate computer vision models, starting with the model that won the 2014 Imagenet image classification challenge and started the era of convolution networks.
  • Massive multitask for Drug Discovery, Stanford University, is a deep neural network model for identifying promising drug candidates.

Massive Multitask: Tensorflow Applications

Massive Multitask

On Device Computer Vision for OCR, is an On-device computer vision model to do optical character recognition to enable real-time translation.

  • Using TensorFlow, we can make algorithms to paint an image or visualize objects in a photograph, we can also train a pc to recognize objects in an image and use that data to drive new and interesting behaviors, from understanding the similarities and differences in large data sets to using them to self-organize, to understanding how to infinitely generate entirely new content or match the aesthetics of other images. We can even teach the computer to read and synthesize new phrases which are a part of Natural Language Processing.
  • TensorFlow can also be used with containerization tools such as docker, for instance, it could be used to deploy a sentiment analysis model which uses character level ConvNet networks for text classification.

Apart from the general supervised and unsupervised algorithms, Machine Learning has great use in recommendation engines and almost every big company is using it in some form or the other. TensorRec is another cool recommendation engine framework in TensorFlow which has an easy API for training and prediction and which resembles common machine learning tools in Python.

Applications of Tensorflow

  • You might have seen that your Gmail recommends you a quick response to messages that you’ve received, named SmartReply, this was another pet project of Google’s Brain team and is now used in Google Assistant as well. It is a deep LSTM(Long Term Short Term Memory) model to automatically generate email responses

Tensorflow Applications

Other major TensorFlow Applications include :

  • Speech Recognition Systems
  • Image/Video Recognition and tagging
  • Self Driving Cars
  • Text Summarization
  • Sentiment Analysis

This was all about the applications of TensorFlow. Next, in the TensorFlow Applications tutorial, let’s see some projects built using TensorFlow.

Products Built Using TensorFlow

There are also a number of mobile applications that are available, which exhibit the uses of the Machine Learning library. Apart from that, there’s a subreddit, r/TensorFlow, where people post the latest advances and their cool projects with the library.
Some other good products built using TensorFlow include:

  1. Google Creative Labs Teachable Machine which uses TensorFlow.js which lets you teach using your computer camera, live in the browser.

Applications of TensorFlow

2. Another cool project is Nsynth Super developed again by Google Creative Labs, which lets you make music using completely new sounds generated by the Nsynth algorithm.

Nsynth : Use of Tensorflow

Nsynth: Use of TensorFlow

3. There’s another project that lets you play with a neural network that can generate strokes based on your handwriting styles.

Tensorflow Applications

4. Another interesting project built using TensorFlow is Giorgio Camthat lets you make music by clicking pictures.

Applications of TensorFlow - Giorgio Camthat

Applications of TensorFlow – Giorgio Camthat

So, this was all about TensorFlow Applications. Hope you like our explanation

Conclusion

In this TensorFlow applications tutorial, we have seen the concept of applications of TensorFlow. Moreover, we discussed TensorFlow application examples, and a product built using TensorFlow. Moreover, NASA is designing a system with TensorFlow for orbit classification and object clustering of asteroids and will classify and predict near earth objects. How cool is that? Looking at the big picture, this library definitely accelerates the learning by providing the tools that were always missing. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments section.

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