The TensorFlow Dev Summit 2019, which is expected by global machine learning developers, was held at Google Event Center in Sunnyvale, California. At the conference, TensorFlow team released the version of TensorFlow 2.0 Alpha, an open source machine learning framework, which Google calls simpler, more intuitive and easier to use. The new version uses Keras advanced APIs to simplify the use of frameworks, and many APIs that are considered redundant (such as Slim and Layers APIs) will be discarded. The release is scheduled for full release in the second quarter of this year, and users can now take the lead in experiencing it.
GDG Wuhan will hold TensorFlow Dev Summit Extended 2019 to review viewing partyd's release videos, conduct ML training and study jam on March 20.
You are welcome to participate actively.