TensorFlow Meets Microsoft’s CNTK

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CNTK is Microsoft’s Computational Network Toolkit for building deep neural networks and it is now available as open source on Github.   Because I recently wrote about TensorFlow I thought it would be interesting to study the similarities and differences between these two systems.   After all, CNTK seems to be the reigning champ of many of the image recognition challenges.   To be complete I should also look at Theano, Torch and Caffe.   These three are also extremely impressive frameworks.   While this study will focus on CNTK and TensorFlow I will try to return to the others in the future.   Kenneth Tran has a very nice top level (but admittedly subjective) analysis of all five deep learning tool kits here.  This will not be a tutorial about CNTK or Tensorflow.  Rather my goal is to give a high level feel for how they compare from the programmer’s perspective. …

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