For less than $300, you can enjoy a first-rate training created by a Google Developer Expert on how to use TensorFlow and Keras for deep learning on computer vision projects.
Originally an in-person class offered at the Embedded Vision Summit, we’ve moved the training to an online, on-demand format—but with the same great content, Jupyter Notebook labs, and instructor office hours!
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Get the hands-on knowledge you need to develop deep learning computer vision applications—both on embedded systems and in the cloud—with TensorFlow, today’s most popular framework for deep learning.
The class consists of 14 self-paced video lectures and 6 lab exercises using Jupyter Notebooks. We cover the following topics:
Labs are conducted using Jupyter Notebooks and Google Colab on GPU-enabled instances for speedy training. Our instructor takes you through each lab and then you have an opportunity to do the lab on your own and then learn by enhancing it.
Sure, there are other online training courses for TensorFlow out there. But what you’ll have a harder time finding is that direct communication you need with an expert to guide you through challenging content and techniques.
With the Deep Learning for Computer Vision with TensorFlow 2.0 and Keras training course, you can get as many office-hour sessions and as much email support from our expert instructor as you need to get all your questions answered.
Instructor office hours are available via Zoom on Mondays, 8-9 am PT, and Wednesdays, 4-5 pm PT.
The class covers deep learning for computer vision applications using TensorFlow 2.0. We assume that:
To make sure you’re up to speed on Python, please review sections 1-5 of this online Python tutorial before class: https://docs.python.org/3/tutorial.
Doug Perry, is a Google Developer Expert for TensorFlow. He is an experienced hardware engineer who has has worked in the field of artificial intelligence since 2007. Recent examples of some of his projects include an AI-based sports application for golf and baseball swing classification and a consumer application using facial recognition technology to categorize facial features. He also architected a quantized neural network accelerator using FPGAs that showed a 100X speedup relative to GPU based architectures. His most recent project is a TensorFlow model for financial option trading. He the author of numerous books on hardware design, holds several patents related to hardware instrumentation and debugging, and has been an instructor for both in-person and online classes for many years.
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