While you may not think about it much, machine learning powers some of the most compelling and most exciting new features in the world of tech; Google Assistant, Live Caption, and the amazing imaging capabilities of Pixel cameras, it’s all thanks to machine learning. And as the technology become democratised and more accessible to developers, Google has made a big push toward empowering Android developers, in particular, to benefit from the advances it has made in the field.
To that end, the company has built TensorFlow Lite, a streamlined version of its famous machine learning framework that’s designed for on-device inference, the same kind of technology that powers the new Google Assistant’s fully local processing, and made it available to Android developers en masse.
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