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How to install TensorFlow 2.0 on Ubuntu

In this tutorial, you will learn to install TensorFlow 2.0 on your Ubuntu system either with or without a GPU. There are a number of important updates in TensorFlow 2.0, including eager execution, automatic differentiation, and better multi-GPU/distributed training support, but the most important update is that Keras is now the official high-level deep learning API for TensorFlow. […]

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Getting started with Google Coral’s TPU USB Accelerator

In this tutorial, you will learn how to configure your Google Coral TPU USB Accelerator on Raspberry Pi and Ubuntu. You’ll then learn how to perform classification and object detection using Google Coral’s USB Accelerator. A few weeks ago, Google released “Coral”, a super fast, “no internet required” development board and USB accelerator that enables […]

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pip install opencv

In this tutorial, you will learn how to pip install OpenCV on Ubuntu, macOS, and the Raspberry Pi. In previous OpenCV install tutorials I have recommended compiling from source; however, in the past year it has become possible to install OpenCV via pip, Python’s very own package manager. While installing from source will give you […]

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How to install OpenCV 4 on Ubuntu

In this tutorial you will learn how to install OpenCV 4 on your Ubuntu system. OpenCV 4 has been officially released as of 20 November 2018! So, why bother installing OpenCV 4? You may want to consider installing OpenCV 4 for further optimizations, C++11 support, more compact modules, and many improvements to the Deep Neural Network […]

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Ubuntu 18.04: How to install OpenCV

In this blog post you will learn how to install OpenCV on Ubuntu 18.04. In the past, I’ve authored a handful of installation guides for Ubuntu: Ubuntu 16.04: How to install OpenCV with Python 2.7 and Python 3.5+ Install OpenCV 3.0 and Python 2.7+ on Ubuntu Install OpenCV 3.0 and Python 3.4+ on Ubuntu (…and […]

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Install dlib (the easy, complete guide)

The latest release of dlib is special. It completely removes the boost.python dependency, making it significantly easier to install across the board on macOS, Ubuntu, and Raspbian. Thanks to the work of Davis King (the creator and maintainer of the dlib library) and Mischan Toos-Haus (who is responsible for removing the boost.python dependency), we can […]

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Configuring Ubuntu for deep learning with Python

When it comes to learning new technology such as deep learning, configuring your development environment tends to be half the battle. Different operating systems, hardware, dependencies, and the actual libraries themselves can lead to many headaches before you’re even able to get started studying deep learning. These issues are further compounded by the speed of […]

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How to install dlib

Two weeks ago I interviewed Davis King, the creator and chief maintainer of the dlib library. Today I am going to demonstrate how to install dlib with Python bindings on both macOS and Ubuntu. I highly encourage you to take the time to install dlib on your system over the next couple of days. Starting next week we’ll […]

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