Python is a popular programming language for developing artificial intelligence (AI) applications because it offers a wide range of libraries and frameworks for machine learning, deep learning, and other forms of AI.
Here are some examples of popular Python libraries for AI:
- TensorFlow, a library for developing and deploying machine learning models
- Keras, a high-level neural networks API, which runs on top of TensorFlow
- PyTorch, an open-source machine learning library based on the Torch library
- scikit-learn, a library for traditional machine learning algorithms
Python also has libraries for natural language processing (NLP) such as NLTK, spaCy, and gensim
In addition, Python has libraries for computer vision like OpenCV, scikit-image and imageio, which can be used to implement image processing and computer vision algorithms.
Python also provides libraries for data analysis and visualization such as pandas, NumPy, Matplotlib and Seaborn which can be used for data preprocessing, data analysis and data visualization.
Python has a vast ecosystem of libraries and frameworks, that can be used to develop AI applications from simple data analysis to complex deep learning models.