Deep Learning with Keras and Tensorflow

Shagun Sodhani (~shagunsodhani)


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Description:

TensorFlow is an open-source software library for Machine Intelligence.

Keras is a high-level neural networks API which runs on top of either TensorFlow, CNTK or Theano.

In this talk, I would cover the following aspects:

  1. A little background to Deep Learning, Keras and TensorFlow
  2. TensorBoard
  3. How to create Tensorflow models using Keras
  4. Language Modelling example where we build the model using Keras and analyse using TensorBoard
  5. Tips, gotachs, do's and don'ts

Prerequisites:

Attendees should have a basic idea of machine learning and be comfortable with Python

Content URLs:

The code and presentation (along with detailed explanation) would be available here.

Speaker Info:

I am a Machine Learning developer working with the Data Science and Analytics team at Adobe Systems. I have been working in Deep Learning for the past 1 year and Python for past 5 years. I recently did a Question Answer session on Deep Learning with Commonlounge Community. I have also been a teaching assistant for the 3-course series titled Data Science and Engineering with Spark XSeries, created in partnership with professors from University of California, Berkeley, University of California, Los Angeles and Databricks and offered on the edX platform.

I have good experience of public speaking and have previously given talks at:

Section: Data Analysis and Visualization
Type: Talks
Target Audience: Intermediate
Last Updated:

Hi,

Please upload your presentation for review by the Pycon India Team.

Thanks!

Gourav Chawla (~Gouravchawla)

Hey @Gourav

I am occupied elsewhere. I will make sure that the presentations are uploaded well in time before the deadline of CFP (31st August). Thanks for the reminder.

Cheers

Shagun Sodhani (~shagunsodhani)

Hey Shagun,

From my last talk with you it seems like you might not be able to make it for this talk.

Could you please clarify about your availability. If you are not could you change the topic of the talk to reflect this.

Akshay Arora (~akshayaurora)

Hey Akshay

That is correct. I did notify the reviewers and asked them if I should be deleting the post or tag it as no longer proposed or something along these lines. But I did not hear back from them. What would be your recommendation?

Shagun Sodhani (~shagunsodhani)

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