Google launches TensorFlow 2.0 Alpha

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Google on Wednesday announced a series of announcements related to TensorFlow, the open-source machine learning library that’s already been downloaded more than 41 million times. To make it even more accessible, Google is rolling out the alpha version of TensorFlow 2.0, which Google says is simpler and more intuitive to use. 

On top of that, Google announced TensorFlow.js version 1.0 for the Javascript community. Google also introduced TF Federated, an add-on that lets users take advantage of decentralized data, as well as TF Privacy for fairer and safer training.

With TensorFlow 2.0, Google is making API components integrate better with tf.keras as the recommended high-level API for most users. This should help developers move more easily from data ingestion to

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