Jupyter Notebook License Agreement

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[6] Colaboratory (also known as Colab) is a free jupyter laptop environment that runs in the cloud and stores its laptops on Google Drive. Colab was originally an internal Google project; It was tried[25] to open the entire code and work directly upstream, which led to the development of the Google Chrome extension ”Open in Colab”[26], which eventually ended and colab`s development continued internally…

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