Torchmeta: A Meta-Learning library for PyTorch Machine Learning

The constant introduction of standardized benchmarks in the literature has helped accelerating the recent advances in meta-learning research. They offer a way to get a fair comparison between different algorithms, and the wide range of datasets available allows full control over the complexity of this evaluation. However, for a large majority of code available online, the data pipeline is often specific to one dataset, and testing on another dataset requires significant rework. We introduce Torchmeta, a library built on top of PyTorch that enables seamless and consistent evaluation of meta-learning algorithms on multiple datasets, by providing data-loaders for most of the standard benchmarks in few-shot classification and regression, with a new meta-dataset abstraction. It also features some extensions for PyTorch to simplify the development of models compatible with meta-learning algorithms. The code is available here:

How to Build a Streaming DataLoader with PyTorch


PyTorch Datasets are objects that have a single job: to return a single datapoint on request. The exact form of the datapoint varies between tasks: it could be a single image, a slice of a time series, a tabular record or something else entirely. These are then passed on to a Dataloader which handles batching of datapoints and parallelism. Before PyTorch 1.2 the only available dataset class was the original "map-style" dataset. This simply requires the user to inherit from the class and implement the __len__ and __getitem__ methods, where __getitem__ receives an index which is mapped to some item in your dataset.

Create a Neural Network With PyTorch MarkTechPost


PyTorch is an Artificial Intelligence library that has been created by Facebook's artificial intelligence research group . The source code is accessible on GitHub and it becomes more popular day after day with more than 33.4kstars and 8.3k. This PyTorch is getting a lot of consideration since 2017 and is in constant adoption increase. Now let's see this in action on how to create a neural network with PyTorch: PyTorch has an official style for you to design and build your neural network. The complete explanation or definition should stay inside an object (OOP) that is a child of the class nn.Module.

Deep Learning - Artificial Neural Network Using TensorFlow


In this article, we are going to develop a machine learning technique called Deep learning (Artificial Neural network) by using tensor flow and predicting stock price in python. At the end of this article you will learn how to build artificial neural network by using tensor flow and how to code a strategy using the predictions from the neural network. If you are new to Neural Networks and would like to gain an understanding of their working, I would recommend you to go through the following blogs before building a neural network. TensorFlow is an open-source software library for dataflow programming across a range of tasks. It is a symbolic math library, and is used for machine learning applications such as deep learning neural networks.

An easy introduction to Pytorch for Neural Networks


Deep Learning has reignited the public interest in AI. The reason is simple: Deep Learning just works. It's given us the ability to build technologies that we previously weren't able to. It's created new business opportunities and improved the technology world as a whole. To do Deep Learning, you're going to need to know how to code, especially with Python.