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NVIDIA's StyleGAN2 TensorFlow implementation

Style-based GAN architecture produces impressive image generation results, but it’s not without its limitations. NVidia’s research team has been hard at work fixing some of the problems with StyleGAN (artifacts).

In addition to improving image quality, this path length regularizer yields the additional benefit that the generator becomes significantly easier to invert. This makes it possible to reliably detect if an image is generated by a particular network.

Check out the video of StyleGAN2 in action or, if you’re feeling brazen, dive right into their paper.

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TensorFlow 2.0 focuses on simplicity and ease of use

Folks have been talking about TensorFlow 2 for some time now (See Practical AI #42 for one excellent example), but now it’s finally here. The bulleted list:

  • Easy model building with Keras and eager execution.
  • Robust model deployment in production on any platform.
  • Powerful experimentation for research.
  • API simplification by reducing duplication and removing deprecated endpoints.

This is a huge release. Check out the highlights list in the changelog to see for yourself.

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An NLP tool for improving dev resumes

CV Compiler is an online resume analysis tool designed exclusively for software engineers.

The review technology scans for keywords from the world of programming and how they are used in the resume, relative to the best practices in the industry.

CV Compiler was built using Python with libraries NLTK and spaCy for tokenization, lemmatization, and POS-tagging.

The internal analysis engine for large datasets (resumes, job descriptions) was built upon a Seq2Seq model in TensorFlow.

Abhishek Singh Medium

Getting Alexa to respond to sign language using your webcam and Tensorflow.js

Abhishek Singh isn’t deaf or mute, but that didn’t stop him from asking the question:

If voice is the future of computing interfaces, what about those who cannot hear or speak?

This thought led to a super cool project wherein a computer interprets sign language and speaks the results to a nearby Alexa device. Live demo here and code here.

Getting Alexa to respond to sign language using your webcam and Tensorflow.js

Joseph Emmanuel DL Dayo github.com

A pure Ruby implementation of a TensorFlow-like library with provisions for hardware acceleration

A reimplementation of TensorFlow for Ruby. This is a ground up implementation with no dependency on TensorFlow. Effort has been made to make the programming style as near to TensorFlow as possible, comes with a pure Ruby evaluator by default with support for an opencl evaluator for large models and datasets.

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