Create production-grade machine learning models with TensorFlow

Create production-grade machine learning models with TensorFlow

An end-to-end open source machine learning platform for everyone. Discover TensorFlow’s flexible ecosystem of tools, libraries and community resources.

Easy model building

TensorFlow offers multiple levels of abstraction so you can choose the right one for your needs. Build and train models by using the high-level Keras API, which makes getting started with TensorFlow and machine learning easy.

If you need more flexibility, eager execution allows for immediate iteration and intuitive debugging. For large ML training tasks, use the Distribution Strategy API for distributed training on different hardware configurations without changing the model definition.

Robust ML production anywhere

TensorFlow has always provided a direct path to production. Whether it’s on servers, edge devices, or the web, TensorFlow lets you train and deploy your model easily, no matter what language or platform you use.

Use TFX if you need a full production ML pipeline. For running inference on mobile and edge devices, use TensorFlow Lite. Train and deploy models in JavaScript environments using TensorFlow.js.

Powerful experimentation for research

Build and train state-of-the-art models without sacrificing speed or performance. TensorFlow gives you the flexibility and control with features like the Keras Functional API and Model Subclassing API for creation of complex topologies. For easy prototyping and fast debugging, use eager execution.

TensorFlow also supports an ecosystem of powerful add-on libraries and models to experiment with, including Ragged Tensors, TensorFlow Probability, Tensor2Tensor and BERT.

Learn how machine learning works

Did you ever want to know how a neural network works? Or what the steps are to solving an ML problem? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Below is a quick overview of the fundamentals of machine learning. Or, if you’re looking for a more in-depth information, head to our education page for beginner and advanced content.

Intro to ML

Machine learning is the practice of helping software perform a task without explicit programming or rules. With traditional computer programming, a programmer specifies rules that the computer should use. ML requires a different mindset, though. Real-world ML focuses far more on data analysis than coding. Programmers provide a set of examples and the computer learns patterns from the data. You can think of machine learning as “programming with data”.

Steps to solving an ML problem

There are multiple steps in the process of getting answers from data using ML. For a step-by-step overview, check out this guide that shows the complete workflow for text classification, and describes important steps like collecting a dataset, and training and evaluating a model with TensorFlow.

Anatomy of a neural network

A neural network is a type of model that can be trained to recognize patterns. It is composed of layers, including input and output layers, and at least one hidden layer. Neurons in each layer learn increasingly abstract representations of the data. For example, in this visual diagram we see neurons detecting lines, shapes, and textures. These representations (or learned features) make it possible to classify the data.

Training a neural network

Neural networks are trained by gradient descent. The weights in each layer begin with random values, and these are iteratively improved over time to make the network more accurate. A loss function is used to quantify how inaccurate the network is, and a procedure called backpropagation is used to determine whether each weight should be increased, or decreased, to reduce the loss.

Learn how TensorFlow solves real, everyday machine learning problems

Explore how various companies from a wide variety of industries implement ML to solve their biggest problems. From healthcare to social networks and even ecommerce, ML can be integrated into your industry and company.

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