After reading the article “How to Learn to Add Numbers with seq2seq Recurrent Neural Networks” by Jason Brownlee (that I suggest reading before going on), I’ve decided to try an experiment with more complex expressions like: -(10+5) or 4+ -2, etc. The code (with some extra information) is published on the GIST: https://goo.gl/ZmH6Tf, where there are … [Read more…]
Fork I’ve just moved my Keras-based Neural Artistic Style Transfer GIST to a dedicated repository: https://github.com/giuseppebonaccorso/Neural_Artistic_Style_Transfer. Please refer always to it because the GIST is not more maintained. The original post is: https://www.bonaccorso.eu/2016/11/13/neural-artistic-style-transfer-experiments-with-keras/
OpenAI-Gym evaluation page: https://gym.openai.com/evaluations/eval_JxPKNwd1QjaofWkaE4aLfQ. Below there’s the whole Gist page containing the full Python code. It has been developed and tested with Theano/GPU support, but it can easily work with CPU-only support. Any comment or suggestion is welcome! View the code on Gist.
It’s quite terrifying discovering how deep learning can work smoothly while performing tasks that even human beings consider difficult. Undoubtedly it’s stunning, extraordinary, but at the same time, it’s almost a terrible discovery. I must confess that I’ve never liked reductionism and I still continue thinking about and “ego” behind the scenes, someone or something, … [Read more…]
Fork Reuters-21578 is a collection of about 20K news-lines (see reference for more information, downloads and copyright notice), structured using SGML and categorized with 672 labels. They are diveded into five main categories: Topics Places People Organizations Exchanges However, most of them are unused and, looking at the distribution, it’s possible to notice a complete … [Read more…]
Let’s consider a Hidden Markov Model describing a sequential problem: a system has three internal (hidden) states: [list_items][list_item]Ok (Everything works correctly)[/list_item][list_item]Some issues (not blocking)[/list_item][list_item]Out of order[/list_item][/list_items] However, we can observe only a sensor (globally connected with different sub-systems) which states are represented by three colors (green, yellow and red), representing respectively a normal, partially dangerous … [Read more…]