Bonsai’s Inkling programming language, which makes it easier to build artificial intelligence applications, is moving closer to a 1.0 release.Part of the Bonsai Platform for AI, Inkling is a proprietary higher level language that compiles down to Google’s open source TensorFlow library for machine intelligence.
Inkling is designed to represent AI in terms of what a developer wants to teach the system instead of focusing on low-level mechanics.
It abstracts away from dynamic AI algorithms that would otherwise require expertise in machine learning.

Declarative and strongly typed, the language resembles a cross between Python and SQL from a syntactic perspective, said Bonsai CEO Mark Hammond.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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