Using TensorFlow for Intelligent Applications

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TensorFlow is currently the most practical and accessible open-source machine learning tool for integrating intelligent features into our applications. Our organizations rely on petabytes of aggregated, structured data we’ve collected over the years. Even with good business intelligence practices, competitive position is increasingly defined by the ability to integrate an “intelligence layer” into the applications which ingest and utilize our data.

For software developers and data engineers ready to expand their silo and integrate intelligent services into applications, this TensoFlow course trains up engineering teams to build on domain expertise and design machine intelligence features using the popular TensorFlow library. TensorFlow delivers a myriad of deep learning best practices as part of its default configuration so complex machine learning just works out of the box.

TensorFlow democratizes deep learning for anyone with Python or C capability, but machine learning is not just another programming language. Our workshop allows you to learn from a live teacher, tie machine learning to value-driven use cases, and ask real-time questions in class.

Overview of TensorFlow and TensorFlow libraries

  • Using Python with TensorFlow
  • Translating meaningful information into geometric spaces
  • Training infrastructure
  • Regressors
  • Keras API
  • Estimators and experiments

Use cases for a machine learning service

  • Deep learning implementation
  • AI and macro insight opportunities
  • Image processing use cases
  • Predictive use cases
  • Scoring datasets for machine learning
  • Estimators

Using and applying your model

  • Defining the model
  • Training the model
  • Evaluating the model
  • Prediction outputs

Training your model

  • Setting up the training cycle
  • Training data
  • Adjusting bias
  • Weights

Testing your model

  • Testing overview
  • Model values vs. output values

Using TensorBoard to visualize model performance

  • Loss curve
  • Biases
  • Examining graphs
  • Learning rate decay

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