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I was trying to install tensorflow with command:

pip3 install --user --upgrade tensorflow

returns "ERROR: No matching distribution found for tensorflow"

on the 64-bit Windows with the 32-bit Python installed. Tensorflow seems not to work with this setup. What am I doing wrongly?

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    $\begingroup$ Hi Refineo and welcome to this community! On this website, we focus on theoretical and philosophical AI questions. This question is only about an implementation issue, so you should ask this type of questions on Stack Overflow, which is dedicated to implementation issues. $\endgroup$ – nbro Sep 13 at 20:20
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Tensorflow for Windows is just for 64-bit versions of Python.

You have to uninstall the 32-bit version and install matching 64-bit version before installing Tensorflow.

I found the solution to the problem here:

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  • $\begingroup$ In the stackoverflow documentation is not explained, how to create a natural language chatbot who can install the 64bit version of the Tensorflow library by it's own. The reason is, that the website is addressed only to human users, but not to AI experts who are automating administrative tasks with the help of neural networks. $\endgroup$ – Manuel Rodriguez Sep 14 at 18:54

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