Google debuts Deep Learning Containers in beta

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Google LLC this week announced the beta availability of a new cloud service that provides environments optimized for deploying and testing applications powered by deep learning, a subset of artificial intelligence that tries to mimic the way the human brain tackles problems.

The service, called Deep Learning Containers, can be run both in the cloud or on-premises. It consists of numerous performance-optimized Docker containers that come packaged with various tools necessary to run deep learning algorithms. Those tools include preconfigured Jupyter Notebooks, which are interactive tools used to work with and share code, equations, visualizations and text, and Google Kubernetes Engine clusters, which are used to orchestrate multiple container deployments.

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