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TensorFlow.js is a library for machine learning in JavaScript

Develop ML models in JavaScript, and use ML directly in the browser or in Node.js.

See tutorials

Tutorials show you how to use TensorFlow.js with complete, end-to-end examples.

See models

Pre-trained, out-of-the-box models for common use cases.

See demos

Live demos and examples run in your browser using TensorFlow.js.

How it works

Run existing models

Use off-the-shelf JavaScript models or convert Python TensorFlow models to run in the browser or under Node.js.

Retrain existing models

Retrain pre-existing ML models using your own data.

Develop ML with JavaScript

Build and train models directly in JavaScript using flexible and intuitive APIs.


Performance RNN

Enjoy a real-time piano performance by a neural network.

Webcam Controller

Play Pac-Man using images trained in your browser.

LipSync by YouTube

Lip sync to the popular hit "Dance Monkey" live in the browser with Facemesh.

News & announcements

Check out our blog for additional updates, and subscribe to our monthly TensorFlow newsletter to get the latest announcements sent directly to your inbox.

December 21, 2020  
InSpace: A new video conferencing platform that uses TensorFlow.js for toxicity filters in chat

InSpace is a communication and virtual learning platform that gives people the ability to interact, collaborate, and educate in familiar physical ways. Learn how they used ML to prevent users from sending and receiving toxic messages.

December 11, 2020  
TensorFlow.js Community Spotlight #4

See six exciting new demos pushing the boundaries of on-device machine learning in JavaScript. Share your work with #MadewithTFJS for a chance to be featured at the next Show & Tell, and check out our YouTube channel for more community showcases.

December 1, 2020  
Superpowers with TensorFlow.js (TF Fall 2020 Updates)

Discover how to achieve superpowers in the browser and beyond by embracing machine learning in JavaScript using TensorFlow.js in this speedy 30 minute talk by Jason Mayes.

October 1, 2020  
Join the TensorFlow.js Special Interest Group (SIG)

We are happy to announce a new SIG to drive community ownership of TensorFlow.js projects. We encourage any developers working at the intersection of machine learning and web/JS applications to join and participate in the activities of the SIG.