TensorFlow.js – Serve deep learning models with Node.js and Express

In this video, we’ll go through the process of getting a web server set up to host deep learning web applications and serve TensorFlow.js models with Express for Node.js. To build deep learning applications that run in the browser, we need a way to host…

TensorFlow.js – Convert Keras model to Layers API format

In this video, we’ll continue getting acquainted with the idea of client-side neural networks, and we’ll kick things off by seeing how we can use TensorFlow’s model converter tool, tensorflowjs_converter, to convert Keras models into TensorFlow.js models. This will allow us to take models that…

The Foot Bone’s Connected to the Leg Bone | PLOS Blogs Network

0000-0001-8462-0271   How well do you know your body, inside and out? Appendix to adrenal glands, brain to biceps, cornea to cruciate ligaments–these are all pieces of our anatomy and we all have them. But VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE The Foot Bone’s Connected to the…

Sign language image classification – Fine-tuning MobileNet with Keras

In this video, we’ll be building on what we’ve learned about MobileNet and the techniques we’ve used for fine-tuning to fine-tune MobileNet on a custom image data set that does not have classes similar to the ImageNet classes it was originally trained on. We saw…

Train neural network using transfer learning – Fine-tuning MobileNet with Keras

In this video, we’ll be training our fine-tuned MobileNet model on images from our own data set, and we’ll also be evaluating the model by using it to predict on unseen images. From the work we did together in the last video, we now have…

An Author Rights Perspective on Scientific Editors | PLOS Blogs Network

  By Hilda Bastian   What should scientific editors be able to do well? We would all be able to agree easily on some basics. Last year, a group led by David Moher and colleagues VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE An Author Rights Perspective on Scientific…

Teaching is another way of learning: The rewards of being a teaching assistant | PLOS Blogs Network

   Jiao xue xiang zhang. (“Teaching benefits both teachers as well as students” in Chinese). ——Thirteen Classics Explanatory Notes and Commentaries ( shi san jing zhu shu in Chinese)   Each of us has a VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Teaching is another way of learning:…

Deploy Keras neural network to Flask web service | Part 7 – Visualizations with D3, DC, Crossfilter

In this video, we’ll see how we can visualize the prediction results from our neural network with charts in our front end web application using the D3, DC, and Crossfilter Javascript APIs. In the last couple of videos, we completed the development of the back…

Each and every piece that exists is somehow, in their way, related to its Source

To Life itself; human beings as well as ‘things’. LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, May 21, 2018 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ — The 12 Writings – now on the Website www.wordsforall.org – are about the possibility of consciously connecting with … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author:

Deploy Keras neural network to Flask web service | Part 6 – Build web app to send images to VGG16

In this video, we’ll be building the frontend web application to send images to our VGG16 Keras model being hosted by Flask. In the last video, we got our predict endpoint setup on the Flask side to receive images of cats and dogs and respond…