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How to Use Transfer Learning when Developing Convolutional Neural Network Models

Transfer Learning in Keras with Computer Vision Models

Deep convolutional neural network models may take days or even weeks to train on very large datasets. A way to short-cut this process is to re-use the model weights from pre-trained models that were developed for standard computer vision benchmark datasets, such as the ImageNet image recognition tasks. Top performing models can be downloaded and […]

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Loss and Accuracy Learning Curves on the Train and Test Sets for an MLP on Problem 1

How to Improve Performance With Transfer Learning for Deep Learning Neural Networks

An interesting benefit of deep learning neural networks is that they can be reused on related problems. Transfer learning refers to a technique for predictive modeling on a different but somehow similar problem that can then be reused partly or wholly to accelerate the training and improve the performance of a model on the problem […]

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What Is Meta-Learning in Machine Learning?

What Is Meta-Learning in Machine Learning?

Meta-learning in machine learning refers to learning algorithms that learn from other learning algorithms. Most commonly, this means the use of machine learning algorithms that learn how to best combine the predictions from other machine learning algorithms in the field of ensemble learning. Nevertheless, meta-learning might also refer to the manual process of model selecting […]

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What is Deep Learning?

What is Deep Learning?

Deep Learning is a subfield of machine learning concerned with algorithms inspired by the structure and function of the brain called artificial neural networks. If you are just starting out in the field of deep learning or you had some experience with neural networks some time ago, you may be confused. I know I was confused […]

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One-Shot Learning with Siamese Networks, Contrastive, and Triplet Loss for Face Recognition

One-Shot Learning for Face Recognition

One-shot learning is a classification task where one, or a few, examples are used to classify many new examples in the future. This characterizes tasks seen in the field of face recognition, such as face identification and face verification, where people must be classified correctly with different facial expressions, lighting conditions, accessories, and hairstyles given […]

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A Gentle Introduction to the Promise of Deep Learning for Computer Vision

A Gentle Introduction to the Promise of Deep Learning for Computer Vision

The promise of deep learning in the field of computer vision is better performance by models that may require more data but less digital signal processing expertise to train and operate. There is a lot of hype and large claims around deep learning methods, but beyond the hype, deep learning methods are achieving state-of-the-art results […]

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