Adi Polak

01/17/2023, 11:39 AM
:ninja:PyTorch vs. 💂TensorFlow - we’ve all heard about this ongoing battle. TensorFlow is the most widespread deep learning framework, but it stopped growing around 2018. PyTorch, on the other hand, is steadily gaining traction. 📈 Ari Joury argues in this article that TensorFlow’s decline will become more pronounced in the next few years, especially in the world of Python, because PyTorch: 💫Is more pythonic 💫Has more available models 💫Is better for students and research 💫Its ecosystem has grown faster But let’s not forget that TensorFlow has a better deployment infrastructure and is not all about Python which is great news to all those who don’t have 🐍skills. Are you team PyTorch or TensorFlow? Do you think TensorFlow is really slowly dying?