Couple of months back we investigated parts of TensorFlow's ecosystem beyond standard library. To be more precise, we investigated TensorFlow.js and how you can build and train models in the browser and/or in the Node.js. However, we didn't manage one important topic - integration.
In one of the previous articles, we kicked off the Transformer architecture. Because they are massive systems we decided to split implementation into several articles and implement it part by part. In this one, we cover Encoder and Decoder.
In this and next couple of articles we will be able to see how one can implement one of these monumental architectures.
In this article, we explore the interesting architecture of Transformers, a special type of sequence-to-sequence models used for language modeling, machine translation, etc.
This is a guest post by Gilad David Maayan. Over the last decade, we have witnessed the growing need for quality, agility, and speed in the field of application code development. To meet this demand, organizations are adopting agile development…
Edward observed his cats as they tried to escape from home-made puzzle boxes. Puzzles were simple, all cats had to do was pull some string or push a poll and they were out. When first encountered with a puzzle cats…
The crucial part of any machine learning, deep learning application and artificial intelligence application is data. You might have heard the term "garbage in - garbage out" that is often used by the more experienced data scientist. In this article, we are going to explore ways to find "garbage" in your data.
Code that accompanies this article can be downloaded here. Last November TensorFlow celebrated its third birthday. Over the years it became one of the most loved ML frameworks and gathered a massive amount of followers. Google has done a great…
Open-source library TensorFlow.js was introduced about a year ago. However, I didn’t manage to try it out up until now. The idea is to use possibilities of TensorFlow.jsto build and run our machine learning and deep learning modes in a browser or under Node.js.
When I was a kid every almost every superhero had a voice-controlled computer. So you can imagine how my first encounter with Alexa was a profound experience for me. The kid in me was so happy and excited. Of course, then my engineering instincts kicked in and I analyzed how these devices work. Turned out they have neural networks that handle this complicated problem.