Apple releases Turi Create framework on GitHub

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This framework, Apple says, should make it easier for developers to build machine learning models. Turi Create is designed for people who aren’t necessarily experts when it comes to machine learning, as Apple describes it.

Apple explains that Turi Create is intended to be simple to use with a visual interface, flexible, and fast. Furthermore, it’s ready to be deployed for use in iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS.

Apple purchased Turi in 2016 for a reported $200 million as it built out its machine learning and artificial intelligence team. Shortly thereafter, Apple transformed Turi into its internal machine learning division working on integrating the technology into existing and future product lines.

All of the details regarding Turi Create can be found here:

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