An Open Source Machine Learning Framework for Everyone
I'm using Python for ML, and running into tons of roadblocks. Just as an example of the kinds of things I'm running into: tensorflow doesn't work properly on Rosetta 2 or M1 (see here: https://github.com/tensorflow/tensorflow/issues/46044). I think it depends on what kind of work you're trying to do, but I'm currently very frustrated.
Political systems can be designed to allow more to happen with less political capital being wasted
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Someone had a lot to say in a TensorFlow GitHub issue
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On the official tensorflow repo. They closed it without a fix.
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An honest guy...
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