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Yann LeCun Deep Learning Free Online Course

Yann LeCun Deep Learning Course Free Online Course

This post is about listing down free online course materials for deep learning (PyTorch) by none other than Yann LeCun.  Here are some useful links to the deep learning course: Deep Learning course – Homepage Deep learning lecture slides Github pages having Jupyter notebooks having PyTorch code Lectures slides, notebooks and related YouTube videos can be found on the deep learning (DL) course home page. It is a 14 week course and covers different topics such as following: Introduction to deep learning (What DL can do, what are good features / representations) Gradient descent and back propagation algorithm Artificial neural networks Convolution neural networks (Convnets) and related applications Regularization / Optimization …

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PyTorch – How to Load & Predict using Resnet Model

In this post, you will learn about how to load and predict using pre-trained Resnet model using PyTorch library. Here is arxiv paper on Resnet. Before getting into the aspect of loading and predicting using Resnet (Residual neural network) using PyTorch, you would want to learn about how to load different pretrained models such as AlexNet, ResNet, DenseNet, GoogLenet, VGG etc. The PyTorch Torchvision projects allows you to load the models. Note that the torchvision package consists of popular datasets, model architectures, and common image transformations for computer vision. Here is the command:  The output of above will list down all the pre-trained models available for loading and prediction. You may …

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How to install PyTorch on Anaconda

This is a quick post on how to install PyTorch on Anaconda and get started with deep learning projects. As a machine learning enthusiasts, this is the first step in getting started with PyTorch. I followed this steps on Mac Air and got started with PyTorch in no time. Here are the steps: Go to Anaconda tool. Click on “Environments” in the left navigation. Click on arrow marks on “base (root)” as shown in the diagram below. It will open up a small modal window as down. Click open terminal. This will open up a terminal window.   Execute the following command to set up PyTorch. Once done, go to Jupyter Notebook window and …

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