A developer's cheat sheet into Machine Learning
This talk aims to help you, the developer, start with machine learning as quickly as possible.
Go from zero to hero, and get an understanding of how deep learning neural networks work, build and train your own DNN in TensorFlow and deploy it in production using TensorFlow Lite.
The talk will utilise a blend of high-level theory and (hopefully working) live demos that aim to demystify Machine Learning and work as a primer for further exploration.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- Introduction to neural networks and how they work on a high level. (it's not as complex as you thought).
- Tools of the trade and how to set up your development environment.
- Demo - How to train your own deep neural network with TensorFlow 2.0.
- Demo - Ship it! Deploy your model to production with TensorFlow Lite.
- Conclusions and next steps.
At the end of this talk, attendees will gain get a fundamental understanding of deep neural networks, how to create them and use them on a mobile device.
Developers of all levels of experience that are new to AI and ML and would like a quick intro on how to get started.
Prerequisites for Attendees
No previous knowledge is required.
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