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Old 06-28-2016, 05:54 AM
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Default Google TensorFlow has created a visual neural network learning tool

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Google TensorFlow has created a visual neural network for educational purposes:

http://playground.tensorflow.org

This is certainly one of the most impressive visualization I have seen in machine learning so far. But I'd love to see more works on visualizing neural networks. E.g. scale it up for more complicated dataset such as MNIST.

Note: you have to hit play. Then dots are the training data and the orange and blue background color is the NN classification.
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Old 06-28-2016, 06:04 AM
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Interesting to know that Relus beat sigmoid/tanh, even in these tiny networks on simple tasks like classifying between interlocking spirals.
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Old 03-07-2017, 03:02 PM
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Remember to hit "play" so you can see the process in action.
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The new AI chip and a cloud-based machine-learning supercomputer will help Google establish itself as an AI-focused hardware maker.
At Google’s annual developer conference Sundar Pichai the CEO announced a new computer processor designed to perform the type of artificial intelligence that took the industry by storm.

The announcement reflected how quickly machine learning is changing Google itself. This transformation is the sign that company is planning to run the progression of software and hardware’s each applicable feature.

Especially for those working with artificial intelligence the new processor ‘Cloud Tensor Processing Unit’ accomplishes at an incredible speed and it can also be trained quiet effectively. The unit was named after Google’s TensorFlow artificial learning framework.
please have a look at complete article here https://01tech.net/powerful-new-ai-c...vealed-google/
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wow!!
So Great big THANKS .
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so great
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Old 08-28-2017, 10:15 AM
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Great news! thanks for sharing billchan.
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