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TensorFlow Machine Learning Projects

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Learn
  • Understand the TensorFlow ecosystem using various datasets and techniques
  • Create recommendation systems for quality product recommendations
  • Build projects using CNNs, NLP, and Bayesian neural networks
  • Play Pac-Man using deep reinforcement learning
  • Deploy scalable TensorFlow-based machine learning systems
  • Generate your own book script using RNNs
About

TensorFlow has transformed the way machine learning is perceived. TensorFlow Machine Learning Projects teaches you how to exploit the benefits—simplicity, efficiency, and flexibility—of using TensorFlow in various real-world projects. With the help of this book, you’ll not only learn how to build advanced projects using different datasets but also be able to tackle common challenges using a range of libraries from the TensorFlow ecosystem.

To start with, you’ll get to grips with using TensorFlow for machine learning projects; you’ll explore a wide range of projects using TensorForest and TensorBoard for detecting exoplanets, TensorFlow.js for sentiment analysis, and TensorFlow Lite for digit classification.

As you make your way through the book, you’ll build projects in various real-world domains, incorporating natural language processing (NLP), the Gaussian process, autoencoders, recommender systems, and Bayesian neural networks, along with trending areas such as Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs), capsule networks, and reinforcement learning. You’ll learn how to use the TensorFlow on Spark API and GPU-accelerated computing with TensorFlow to detect objects, followed by how to train and develop a recurrent neural network (RNN) model to generate book scripts.

By the end of this book, you’ll have gained the required expertise to build full-fledged machine learning projects at work.

Features
  • Use machine learning and deep learning principles to build real-world projects
  • Get to grips with TensorFlow's impressive range of module offerings
  • Implement projects on GANs, reinforcement learning, and capsule network
Page Count 322
Course Length 9 hours 39 minutes
ISBN 9781789132212
Date Of Publication 30 Nov 2018
Understanding Bayesian deep learning
Understanding TensorFlow probability, variational inference, and Monte Carlo methods
Building a Bayesian neural network
Summary
Questions
Reinforcement learning
Reinforcement learning versus supervised and unsupervised learning
Components of Reinforcement Learning
OpenAI Gym 
Creating a Pacman game in OpenAI Gym 
DQN for deep reinforcement learning
Applying DQN to a game
Summary
Further Reading

Authors

Armando Fandango

Armando Fandango creates AI empowered products by leveraging his expertise in deep learning, machine learning, distributed computing, and computational methods and has provided thought leadership roles as Chief Data Scientist and Director at startups and large enterprises. He has been advising high-tech AI-based startups. Armando has authored books titled Python Data Analysis - Second Edition and Mastering TensorFlow. He has also published research in international journals and conferences.

Amita Kapoor

Amita Kapoor is an associate professor in the Department of Electronics, SRCASW, University of Delhi, and has been actively teaching neural networks and artificial intelligence for the last 20 years. She completed her master's in electronics in 1996 and her PhD in 2011. During her PhD she was awarded the prestigious DAAD fellowship to pursue part of her research at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany. She was awarded the Best Presentation Award at the Photonics 2008 international conference. She is an active member of ACM, AAAI, IEEE, and INNS. She has co-authored two books. She has more than 40 publications in international journals and conferences. Her present research areas include machine learning, artificial intelligence, deep reinforcement learning, and robotics.

Ankit Jain

Ankit Jain currently works as a senior research scientist at Uber AI Labs, the machine learning research arm of Uber. His work primarily involves the application of deep learning methods to a variety of Uber's problems, ranging from forecasting and food delivery to self-driving cars. Previously, he has worked in a variety of data science roles at the Bank of America, Facebook, and other start-ups. He has been a featured speaker at many of the top AI conferences and universities, including UC Berkeley, O'Reilly AI conference, and others. He has a keen interest in teaching and has mentored over 500 students in AI through various start-ups and bootcamps. He completed his MS at UC Berkeley and his BS at IIT Bombay (India).