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Introduction Are you looking for an efficient and modern framework to create a deep learning model and also which has a pythonic nature? Then you might try considering PyTorch. PyTorch is an open-sour…

PYTORCH x MEMGRAPH x GNN = 💟 Over the course of the last few months, we at Memgraph have been working on something that we believe could be helpful with classical graph prediction tasks. With our lat…

Are you ready to level up your optimization game? Let's talk about optimizers – the steering wheel for your model's learning process. Choosing the right one can mean the difference between aimlessly w…

In December 2015, a paper was published that rocked the deep learning world. This paper is one of the most influential in deep learning. It's been cited over 110,000 times. The name of this paper is D…

Let's learn more about the feature extraction that we discussed in part - I. In the last article, we discussed why evaluating GANs model is hard and what are the ways to evaluate it. We concluded that…

Hello Everyone, The following two images are generated by Deep Convolution Generative Adversarial Network trained over Devanagari Numbers and Letters. Fig: generated images The dataset was taken fro…

TensorFlow and PyTorch are both open-source deep learning frameworks, but there are some key differences between the two. TensorFlow, developed by Google, is a popular deep-learning framework that all…

TensorFlow is an open-source software library for machine learning and deep learning, developed by Google. It allows for the creation of complex models and the efficient computation of numerical operations on large datasets. TensorFlow is u…

Hello there, We learned about Pytorch, tensors, autograd, etc. in the previous article. Let's look at how to create a neural network in PyTorch and train a simple classification model in this tutorial…

Lately, I have been working on the deep learning course from fast.ai. In the course, it's recommended to use cloud-hosted Jupyter notebooks, such as Kaggle and Colab. They are fine and the easiest way to get started, but I do miss my editor…