What is TensorFlow?
TensorFlow is an open source software library from Google, which is extensively used for numerical computation. It is one of the most used libraries for building deep learning models. It is highly scalable and runs on multiple platforms, such as Windows, Linux, macOS, and Android. It was originally developed by the researchers and engineers of the Google Brain team.
TensorFlow supports execution on everything, including CPUs, GPUs, TPUs, which are tensor processing units, and mobile and embedded platforms. Due to its flexible architecture and ease of deployment, it has become a popular choice of library among many researchers and scientists for building deep learning models.
In TensorFlow, every computation is represented by a data flow graph, also known as a computational graph, where nodes represent operations, such as addition or multiplication, and edges represent tensors. Data flow graphs can also be shared and executed on many different platforms...