“Deep Learning is a superpower. With it you can make a computer see, synthesize novel art, translate languages, render a medical diagnosis, or build pieces of a car that can drive itself. If that isn’t a superpower, I don’t know what is.”
– Andrew Ng, Founder of deeplearning.ai and Coursera Deep Learning Specialization

ThirdEye Data brings Deep Learning Notebooks on AzureML for the entire development community. The Deep Learning Notebooks offers a perfect platform for developers to get a grasp over vital Deep Learning topics.  The Deep Learning course on Coursera is available for everyone, but ThirdEye Data took the initiative to get them running on Azure cloud platform so that it benefits the community of Microsoft professionals.

Deep Learning is resource hungry and AzureML provides all resources required for running the notebooks. Whether you want to build a company or an algorithm, these Deep Learning notebooks will give you a clear insight into the key concepts and applications of Deep Learning.

Deep Learning Topics Covered

  1. Neural Network and Deep Learning

    This is a basic introduction of neural network. The concept of Neural Network has been explained here in a very simple and easy language so that anyone can easily understand the functionality. 

  2. Improving Deep Neural Network

    Here is where the Tensor Flow is introduced to the Deep Learning courses. TensorFlow is an open-source software library for dataflow. In fact, this part of the course also introduces to Keras. TensorFlow is a vast library and covers various things, and to trim that vastness and offer the apt required information for a better understanding of Deep Learning, Keras is being introduced at this place. 

  3. Convolutional Neural Networks

    This part is all about the image classification detection part. This helps in detecting multiple objects, smile, animal, chair, table, and other object detection. This is an advanced and very important part of Deep Learning. 

Launching these notebooks is a modest contribution from ThirdEye Data to the Azure development community to dig deeper into Deep Learning and understand its core concepts.

Fork the Deep Learning Notebooks Here!