[OT] Google TensorFlow Lite

Alejandro Tejada capellan2000 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 14 19:44:49 EST 2017

Today, Google announced the release of TensorFlow Lite


"TensorFlow Lite is TensorFlow's lightweight solution for mobile and
embedded devices. As part of the library, we have also released an
on-device conversational model and a demo app, so you can easily
download and try out one-touch smart replies on your mobile device."

In a previous mail list (or forum) thread, I had wrote that Microsoft,
using their Cortana Research Labs and their dedicated Xbox userbase
would become the first company to dominate the market of AI driven
personal assistants. Looks like I was wrong... deeply wrong.
Is corporate culture still holding back Microsoft?


Google is pushing their TensorFlow framework with all their might.
They really want that this framework is deployed as widely as humanly

I just keep wondering what does this means in the long term.

Does every TensorFlow deployment "share" their data ("experience")
with other TensorFlow driven devices?

If a person trains a device for a very specific and unique task, Does
this framework automatically uploads and share this data
("experience") for everyone to share and use?

These are questions that I see nobody is doing. or... maybe Did
someone already answered these (and others questions) and I miss these

Looks like we would have to wait until AI becomes a service within the
Operating System before being able to use it from Livecode.


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