The TensorFlow website is now available in Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and Korean
Our mission has always been to make TensorFlow accessible to everyone. No matter your familiarity with machine learning or where you live in the world, TensorFlow is your flexible solution to create and deploy state-of-the-art ML powered applications. That’s why today we are happy to announce that TensorFlow.org is now available in Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, with plans to expand to additional languages in the future.
We could not have done this without your help — the strength of TensorFlow is a testament to the global community of developers that contribute every day. We aim to create the best developer experience possible and are so grateful to our active developer community that voluntarily translates technical docs and notebooks in their spare time. It is due to these generous efforts that we are able to roll out the TensorFlow website into new languages, removing barriers to the TensorFlow ecosystem so that more users can access valuable resources and get the help they need in their native language. We know what a difference this can make when working on complex projects, whether troubleshooting bugs, advancing skill sets, or just starting out. Now a quarter of our developers worldwide can access TensorFlow more easily.
While this is a big step forward, it’s just the beginning. With a large quantity of technical docs to translate in our tutorials and guides, we are still working through various sections with the help of our community volunteers. This process will be ongoing as the TensorFlow open source code is always evolving and new tools, libraries and resources are added, and we will continue to work with community volunteers to keep the translations active and up-to-date.
Interested in helping translate technical docs or want to add a language to our translation roadmap? Click here to get involved!