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JavaScript AI

Hi everyone I'm learning JavaScript and I really want to try and implement AI in some project. But if I want to keep using AI should I switch to Python or some other faster programming language? Thank you all

3/1/2021 7:12:37 PM

Alexandre

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Here you can find some JS libraries for Machine Learning and AI. https://javascript.plainenglish.io/top-12-javascript-machine-learning-libraries-for-2020-8bec30ecfa58

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Ahhhhh Now I get it! Thanks Ore And thank you all for your time.

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If speed is your major concern, it will be a mistake to switch to Python. But yet I find Python to be a good choice for AI because of the many libraries available in Python.

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Ore I wouldn't say my major concern is speed but it is important if I want it to learn quickly. The one thing I can't understand is why there are so many libraries about AI in Python and not as much (at least not as popular) in other languages.

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I haven't tried making AIs yet so I don't really know, but I had searched about it once and it seems making AIs with JavaScript is possible, you can probably find tutorials in youtube to get started.

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Alexandre There are enough machine learning libraries for JavaScript too. The difference is that Python comes inbuilt with many powerful libraries like scikit-learn, Tensorflow etc. It is easy to get up and running with deep learning in Python without learning too much of the core language unlike JavaScript.