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Keras Tutorial: How to get started with Keras, Deep Learning, and Python

Inside this Keras tutorial, you will discover how easy it is to get started with deep learning and Python. You will use the Keras deep learning library to train your first neural network on a custom image dataset, and from there, you’ll implement your first Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) as well. The inspiration for this […]

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An interview with Francois Chollet

In today’s blog post, I interview arguably one of the most important researchers and practitioners in modern day deep learning, Francois Chollet. Francois is not only the creator of the Keras deep learning library, but he’s also a Google AI researcher. He will also be speaking at PyImageConf 2018 in August of this year. Inside this interview Francois discusses: […]

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A fun, hands-on deep learning project for beginners, students, and hobbyists

Today’s blog post is a “bonus tutorial” in our most recent series on building a complete, end-to-end deep learning application: Part 1: How to (quickly) build a deep learning image dataset Part 2: Keras and Convolutional Neural Networks Part 3: Running Keras models on iOS with CoreML In this series we have been fulfilling a […]

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A scalable Keras + deep learning REST API

In today’s blog post we are going to create a deep learning REST API that wraps a Keras model in an efficient, scalable manner. Our Keras + deep learning REST API will be capable of batch processing images, scaling to multiple machines (including multiple web servers and Redis instances), and round-robin scheduling when placed behind […]

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PyImageConf 2018: The practical, hands-on computer vision and deep learning conference

Today I’m pleased to announce the finalized details to an event I’ve been working on behind the scenes for quite some time: PyImageConf 2018: The practical, hands-on computer vision conference Imagine taking the practical, hands-on teaching style of the PyImageSearch blog… …and translating it to a live, in person conference. Sound interesting? Keep reading to […]

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