See it. Do it. Learn it! Keras in Motion introduces you to the amazing Keras deep learning library through high-quality video-based lessons and built-in exercises, so you can put what you learn into practice.
Keras in Motion teaches you to build neural-network models for real-world data problems using Python and Keras. In over two hours of hands-on, practical video lessons, you'll apply Keras to common machine learning scenarios, ranging from regression and classification to implementing Autoencoders and applying transfer learning. In each crystal-clear video module, you'll put your new knowledge into practice, as you teach your network to recognize text and even create an algorithm for a self-driving car!
About the Technology
Keras is a Python library designed to take the stress out of deep learning. The Keras library provides a library of high-level building blocks on top of the low-level features of the TensorFlow and Theano machine learning frameworks. In Keras, you define deep learning models without specifying the detailed mathematics and other mechanics, so you can focus on what you want to accomplish. Built with experimentation and prototyping in mind, Keras has a super friendly API and an intuitive Python-based coding style. With over 50,000 users, Keras is the perfect choice for any developer working with data.
About the Video
- Regression and classification problems
- Using neural networks for image processing
- Building autoencoders
- Designing and implementing a self-driving car
- Hands-on coding with practical exercises and examples
About the Reader
Designed for intermediate-level data scientists, developers, and machine learning engineers. Code examples are in Python.
About the Author
Dan Van Boxel is an engineer and data scientist with a background in both engineering and mathematics. On his livestream, Dan demonstrates a different machine learning library, method, or model weekly.
A great introduction to using Keras for deep learning.
- Daniel Williams, Software Professional
Makes deep learning much more straight forward.
- Peter Hampton, Ulster University
The instructor is capable of breaking complex concepts into easily understandable examples.
- Gustavo Patino, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
Table of contents
- UNIT 1 - Installation and Basics
- UNIT 2 - Font Recognition
- UNIT 3 - Self Driving Car
- UNIT 4 - Autoencoders
- UNIT 5 - Converting Keras
- Title: Keras in Motion
- Release date: June 2017
- Publisher(s): Manning Publications
- ISBN: 10000MNLV201704
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