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ImageNet: VGGNet, ResNet, Inception, and Xception with Keras

A few months ago I wrote a tutorial on how to classify images using Convolutional Neural Networks (specifically, VGG16) pre-trained on the ImageNet dataset with Python and the Keras deep learning library. The pre-trained networks inside of Keras are capable of recognizing 1,000 different object categories, similar to objects we encounter in our day-to-day lives with high […]

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Installing Keras with TensorFlow backend

A few months ago I demonstrated how to install the Keras deep learning library with a Theano backend. In today’s blog post I provide detailed, step-by-step instructions to install Keras using a TensorFlow backend, originally developed by the researchers and engineers on the Google Brain Team. I’ll also (optionally) demonstrate how you can integrate OpenCV into […]

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ImageNet classification with Python and Keras

Normally, I only publish blog posts on Monday, but I’m so excited about this one that it couldn’t wait and I decided to hit the publish button early. You see, just a few days ago, François Chollet pushed three Keras models (VGG16, VGG19, and ResNet50) online — these networks are pre-trained on the ImageNet dataset, meaning that they can recognize 1,000 […]

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LeNet – Convolutional Neural Network in Python

In today’s blog post, we are going to implement our first Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) — LeNet — using Python and the Keras deep learning package. The LeNet architecture was first introduced by LeCun et al. in their 1998 paper, Gradient-Based Learning Applied to Document Recognition. As the name of the paper suggests, the authors’ implementation of LeNet was used […]

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