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Researchers have been attempting to make robots and artificial intelligence more creative over the past months – from drawing to writing quasi-dystopian poetry. Today we get another piece of work from a Google machine: a 90-second melody. It's the result of Google's Project Magenta, which aims to use machine learning to create music and art, and bridge the communities between those interests with coders and researchers. Magenta is built on top of its TensorFlow system, and you can find the open-sourced materials through its Github. The team says the challenge is not to just get Google machines to create art, but to be able to tell stories from it.
Are you ready to start your path to becoming a Machine Learning expert! Are you ready to train your machine like a father trains his son! A breakthrough in Machine Learning would be worth ten Microsofts." -Bill Gates There are lots of courses and lectures out there regarding Support Vector Machine. This course is truly a step-by-step. In every new tutorial we build on what had already learned and move one extra step forward and then we assign you a small task that is solved in the beginning of next video.
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