Category: Linux

Using TensorFlow.js and Node-RED with image recognition applications

This Linux Foundation Platinum Sponsor-Contributed article from Hitachi is about how to use TensorFlow.js and Node-RED for use with image recognition applications. Using TensorFlow.js and Node-RED TensorFlow.js is a JavaScript implementation of the TensorFlow open source machine learning platform. By using TensorFlow.js, learning and inference processing can be executed in […]

What’s New in Harbor 2.0

Harbor is an open-source cloud native registry project that stores, signs, and scans content. Harbor was created by a team of engineers at VMware China. The project was contributed to CNCF for wider adoption and contribution. Recently the project announced its 2.0 release. Swapnil Bhartiya, the founder of TFiR.io, sat […]

Microsoft’s Quantum Development Kit goes open source on GitHub | Linux.com

Microsoft has open-sourced its Quantum Development Kit (QDK) on GitHub. The QDK, which launched in preview last year, gives developers access to the Q# programming language, quantum simulators, and the libraries needed to start experimenting with quantum computing before it goes mainstream. “By open-sourcing the Quantum Development Kit in GitHub, […]