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Simple Image Classification With CNN Using Tensorflow For Beginners

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Image classification is not a hard topic anymore. Tensorflow has all the inbuilt functionalities that take care of the complex mathematics for us. Without knowing the details of the neural network, we can use a neural network now. In today's project, I used a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) which is an advanced version of the neural network. If you worked with the FashionMNIST dataset that contains shirts, shoe handbags, etc., CNN will figure out important portions of the images.


Kaggle: Where data scientists learn and compete

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Data science is typically more of an art than a science, despite the name. You start with dirty data and an old statistical predictive model and try to do better with machine learning. Nobody checks your work or tries to improve it: If your new model fits better than the old one, you adopt it and move on to the next problem. When the data starts drifting and the model stops working, you update the model from the new dataset. Doing data science in Kaggle is quite different.


How to master Machine Learning during lockdown?

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Machine learning is one of the most intriguing applications of Artificial Intelligence. One can start from scratch and learn it by mastering, Python, Anaconda, Jupyter, scikit-learn, NumPy, Matplotlib, and OpenCV.


Deployment of Machine Learning Models

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Online Courses Udemy - Deployment of Machine Learning Models Build Machine Learning Model APIs Created by Soledad Galli, Christopher Samiullah English [Auto] Students also bought Data Science: Natural Language Processing (NLP) in Python Recommender Systems and Deep Learning in Python Artificial Intelligence: Reinforcement Learning in Python Unsupervised Machine Learning Hidden Markov Models in Python Deep Learning: Recurrent Neural Networks in Python Preview this course GET COUPON CODE Description Learn how to put your machine learning models into production. Deployment of machine learning models, or simply, putting models into production, means making your models available to your other business systems. By deploying models, other systems can send data to them and get their predictions, which are in turn populated back into the company systems. Through machine learning model deployment, you and your business can begin to take full advantage of the model you built. When we think about data science, we think about how to build machine learning models, we think about which algorithm will be more predictive, how to engineer our features and which variables to use to make the models more accurate.


IBM offers open source notebooks for COVID-19 data analysis

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IBM on Thursday unveiled a new, open source toolkit designed for developers and data scientists that want to help spot trends in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Using developer-friendly Jupyter notebooks, the toolkits are designed as a way to kickstart in-depth analysis. For instance, a user could analyze county-level data in the US to find correlations between poverty levels and infection rates. From cancelled conferences to disrupted supply chains, not a corner of the global economy is immune to the spread of COVID-19. "IBM and our team believe in the importance of democratizing technology, activating developers with the most up-to-date datasets and tools, which can help policy makers make the most informed decisions for citizens' well-being," Frederick Reiss, Chief Architect for IBM's Center for Open Source Data and AI Technologies, wrote in a blog post.


A Complete guide to Google Colab for Deep Learning - KDnuggets

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Google Colab is one of the most famous cloud services for seasoned data scientists, researchers, and software engineers. While Google Colab seems easy to start, some things are difficult to use. There are several benefits of using Colab over using your own local machines. To create a new Notebook on Colab, open https://colab.research.google.com/, Here you can click on NEW NOTEBOOK to start a new notebook and start running your code in it.


Creating a persistent custom R environment for Amazon SageMaker Amazon Web Services

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Amazon SageMaker is a fully managed service that allows you to build, train, and deploy machine learning (ML) models quickly. Amazon SageMaker removes the heavy lifting from each step of the ML process to make it easier to develop high-quality models. In August 2019, Amazon SageMaker announced the availability of the pre-installed R kernel in all Regions. This capability is available out-of-the-box and comes with the reticulate library pre-installed. This library offers an R interface for the Amazon SageMaker Python SDK, which enables you to invoke Python modules from within an R script.


Azure Machine Learning--what's new from Build 2020

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Machine learning (ML) is gaining momentum across a number of industries and scenarios as enterprises look to drive innovation, increase efficiency, and reduce costs. Microsoft Azure Machine Learning empowers developers and data scientists with enterprise-grade capabilities to accelerate the ML lifecycle. At Microsoft Build 2020, we announced several advances to Azure Machine Learning across the following areas: ML for all skills, Enterprise grade MLOps, and responsible ML. New enhancements provide ML access for all skills. Data scientists and developers can now access an enhanced notebook editor directly inside Azure Machine Learning studio.


10 tips for a better Google Colab experience

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Colab is a great tool for coding. I use it very often, for a large set of tasks, from traditional Machine Learning to Deep Learning applications using PyTorch, TensorFlow or OpenCV. Here are 10 tips and tricks I gathered over time that will help you to get the most out of Google Colab. You can access all the shortcuts selecting "Tools" "Keyboard Shortcuts". Be sure to check out other shortcuts and customize your favourite ones!


Deploy Your First Serverless AWS ML Solution Fast

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I've been working with AWS SageMaker for a while now and have enjoyed great success. Creating and tuning models, architecting pipelines to support both model development and real-time inference, and data lake formation have all been made easier in my opinion. AWS has proven to be an all encompassing solution for machine learning use cases, both batch and real-time, helping me decrease time to delivery. Prior to my exposure to public cloud services, I spent a lot of time working in hadoop distributions to deliver the processing power and storage requirements for data lake construction, and utilized Docker to provide data science sandboxes running R studio or Jupyter notebook. The install/configuration time was a turn off to a lot of clients.