Deep Learning and Toolkits

Bookcover image for Fundamentals of Deep Learning As part of reading Fundamentals of Deep Learning: Designing Next-Generation Machine Intelligence Algorithms by Nikhil Buduma, I was expecting to work through some of the code examples with my own data, and for the examples, it recommended TensorFlow, which brings up competing alternatives, a primary one being Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit.

Over the next few weeks, I will start exploring both in Python, as well as publishing some of the related work.

A minor note, the darksigma/Fundamentals-of-Deep-Learning-Book: Code companion to the O'Reilly "Fundamentals of Deep Learning" book is available on GitHub.

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