This section will use AWS to train a deep learning model from Chapter 9, Anomaly Detection and Recommendation Systems. This will include setting up the machine, accessing the machine, downloading the data, and running the model. We are going to use a pre-built AWS AMI from RStudio that has TensorFlow and Keras already installed. For details on this AMI, go to this link: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B0785SXYB2. You will need to sign up for an AWS account if you do not already have one at https://portal.aws.amazon.com/billing/signup. Once you have signed up, follow these steps to create a virtual machine that has a GPU on AWS:
Creating a deep learning GPU instance in AWS
Note that when you set up an instance in AWS, you will be billed ...
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