8 Best Articles on Tensorflow
The most useful articles on tensorflow from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Tensorflow Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on tensorflow by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- Tensorflow — Neural Network Playground
- TensorFlow in a Nutshell — Part One: Basics
- A comprehensive introduction to Tensorflow's Sequential API and model for deep learning
- TensorFlow Is Open-Source, But Why?
- Maximum Likelihood Estimation from scratch in TensorFlow Probability
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Geo for Good 2022: Deep Learning with TensorFlow and Earth Engine
Get hands-on with ML in Earth Engine! This session is an end-to-end walkthrough of generating training and validation data in Earth Engine, exporting to the ...
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New to #tensorflow? These articles make an excellent introduction.
A comprehensive introduction to Tensorflow's Sequential API and model for deep learning
Kickstart your understanding of one of Tensorflow’s most powerful set of tools for deep learning
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Unfolding the Universe using TensorFlow
Hubble’s findings showed that the Universe is expanding. Here are a few examples of how studying the sky can give us some answers about the universe.
TensorFlow Is Open-Source, But Why?
A peek into Google’s open-source strategy
TensorFlow in a Nutshell — Part One: Basics
TensorFlow in a Nutshell — Part One: Basics The fast and easy guide to the most popular Deep Learning framework in the world.
Tensorflow — Neural Network Playground
Tinker with a real neural network right here in your browser.
Implementing the Transformer Decoder from Scratch in TensorFlow and Keras
Last Updated on October 26, 2022 There are many similarities between the Transformer encoder and decoder, such as their implementation of multi-head attention, layer normalization, and a fully connected feed-forward network as their final sub-layer. Having implemented the Transformer encoder, we will now go ahead and apply our knowledge in implementing the Transformer decoder as […]
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Maximum Likelihood Estimation from scratch in TensorFlow Probability
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