Jon Krohn – Machine Vision, GANs, and Deep Reinforcement Learning
Duration: 6h 5m | Video: 1280×720 30fps | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Size: 1.87 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Machine Vision, GANs, Deep Reinforcement Learning LiveLessons is an introduction to three of the most exciting topics in Deep Learning today. Modern machine vision involves automated systems outperforming humans on image recognition, object detection, and image segmentation tasks. Generative Adversarial Networks cast two Deep Learning networks against each other in a “forger-detective” relationship, enabling the fabrication of stunning, photorealistic images with flexible, user-specifiable elements. Deep Reinforcement Learning has produced equally surprising advances, including the bulk of the most widely-publicized “artificial intelligence” breakthroughs. Deep RL involves training an “agent” to become adept in given “environments,” enabling algorithms to meet or surpass human-level performance on a diverse range of complex challenges, including Atari video games, the board game Go, and subtle hand-manipulation tasks. Throughout these lessons, essential theory is brought to life with intuitive explanations and interactive, hands-on Jupyter notebook demos. Examples feature Python and straightforward Keras layers in TensorFlow 2, the most popular Deep Learning library.