AI News, BOOK REVIEW: aigamedev/scikit-neuralnetwork
- On Monday, June 4, 2018
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By importing the sknn package provided by this library, you can easily train deep neural networks as regressors (to estimate continuous outputs from inputs) and classifiers (to predict discrete labels from features).
Thanks to the underlying Lasagne implementation, the code supports the following neural network features — exposed in an intuitive and well documented API: If a feature you need is missing, consider opening a GitHub Issue with a detailed explanation about the use case and we'll see what we can do.
Then, you can run the samples and benchmarks available in the examples/ folder, or launch the tests to check everything is working: We strive to maintain 100% test coverage for all code-paths, to ensure that rapid changes in the underlying backend libraries are caught automatically.
To run the example that generates the visualization above using our sknn.mlp.Classifier, just run the following command in the project's root folder: There are multiple parameters you can plot as well, for example iterations, rules or units.
- On Thursday, June 20, 2019
Alex Rubinsteyn: Python Libraries for Deep Learning with Sequences
PyData NYC 2015 Recurrent Neural Networks extend the applicability of deep learning into many different problems involving sequential data, such as ...