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[D] Limitations of ML programs?

Hi,

I’m pretty new to the whole ML thing, but I’ve a decent grasp on how it works under the hood. I’ve been mulling over a few projects I want to try, using TensorFlow in particular, it seems to be the easiest one to use (that I’ve discovered, anyway).

I just wanted to inquire here about the limits of something like TF, such as the maximum number of inputs, the complexity of an output, compute time etc.

When I say complexity of an output, I’m referring to say, having the program spit out a full engineering diagram, blueprints, measurements, 3D models and things along those lines. I’m not expecting it to be easy, but I’d like to get a rough idea of how much work I can have the machine do for me.

Thanks, and I hope this isn’t some totally off the wall, absolute misunderstanding of the technology!

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