**Deep Learning with Tensorflow, Keras, and PyTorch LiveLessons, 2nd Edition**

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An intuitive, application-focused introduction to deep learning and TensorFlow, Keras, and PyTorch

Deep Learning with TensorFlow, Keras, and PyTorch LiveLessons is an introduction to deep learning that brings the revolutionary machine-learning approach to life with interactive demos from the most popular deep learning library, TensorFlow, and its high-level API, Keras, as well as the hot new library PyTorch. Essential theory is whiteboarded to provide an intuitive understanding of deep learning’s underlying foundations; i.e., artificial neural networks. Paired with tips for overcoming common pitfalls and hands-on code run-throughs provided in Python-based Jupyter notebooks, this foundational knowledge empowers individuals with no previous understanding of neural networks to build powerful state-of-the-art deep learning models.

Learn How To

- Build deep learning models in all the major libraries: TensorFlow, Keras, and PyTorch
- Understand the language and theory of artificial neural networks
- Excel across a broad range of computational problems including machine vision, natural language processing, and reinforcement learning
- Create algorithms with state-of-the-art performance by fine-tuning model architectures
- Self-direct and complete your own Deep Learning projects

Lesson 1: Introduction to Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence

The first lesson starts off by giving the viewer an overview of what neural networks are, how they’re related to machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), as well as the breadth of transformative applications deep learning has supplied. Subsequently, Jon leverages visual analogies to describe what deep learning is and why it’s a uniquely powerful approach. You use an interactive tool to observe for yourself in real-time how a deep learning network learns, and Jon goes over how to run the code examples he provides throughout these LiveLessons before building an introductory neural network with you.

Lesson 2: How Deep Learning Works

The lesson begins with a discussion of the main families of deep neural networks and their applications. The heart of the lesson is a high-level overview of the essential theory that underlies deep learning. To bring this theory to life, Jon shows you deep learning in action via a web application called the TensorFlow Playground. He introduces the archetypal deep learning data sets, and then you build a deep neural network together to tackle a classic machine vision problem.

Lesson 3: High-Performance Deep Learning Networks

The previous lesson covered the principal foundations of deep learning and enabled you to construct a deep network. This lesson builds upon those theoretical foundations by covering weight initialization, unstable gradients, batch normalization, how to avoid overfitting, and more sophisticated learning optimizers. This additional theory enables you to build a state-of-the-art deep learning model using TensorFlow’s Keras API. In addition, you and Jon tackle a regression problem with deep learning for the first time, having focused on classification problems only up until this point. In order to make sense of the outputs from these sophisticated models, the TensorBoard result-visualization tool is added to your arsenal at the end of the lesson.

Lesson 4: Convolutional Neural Networks

Up to this point you have relied exclusively on dense nets to solve the machine learning problems. In this lesson, you dig into the theory of convolutional layers and then stack them together with Keras in TensorFlow in order to build your first convolutional neural network. Jon wraps up the lesson by discussing model architectures.

Lesson 5: Moving Forward with Your Own Deep Learning Projects

In Lesson 5, Jon compares and contrasts all the leading Deep Learning libraries and provides detailed hands-on examples of how to use PyTorch – the hot new library on the block – to build deep learning models. He concludes these LiveLessons by providing a framework for optimally tuning any model’s hyperparameters before leaving you with advice on how to build your own deep learning project, including datasets and resources for further self-study.

**Table of Contents**

01 Deep Learning with TensorFlow, Keras, and PyTorch – Introduction

02 Topics

03 1.1 Neural Networks, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence–Part 1

04 1.2 Neural Networks, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence–Part 2

05 1.3 A Visual Introduction to Deep Learning–Part 1

06 1.4 A Visual Introduction to Deep Learning–Part 2

07 1.5 TensorFlow Playground–Visualizing a Deep Net in Action

08 1.6 Running the Hands-On Code Examples in Jupyter Notebooks

09 1.7 An Introductory Neural Network with TensorFlow and Keras–Part 1

10 1.8 An Introductory Neural Network with TensorFlow and Keras–Part 2

11 Topics

12 2.1 Neural Units–Part 1

13 2.2 Neural Units–Part 2

14 2.3 Neural Networks–Part 1

15 2.4 Neural Networks–Part 2

16 2.5 Training Deep Neural Networks–Part 1

17 2.6 Training Deep Neural Networks–Part 2

18 2.7 Training Deep Neural Networks–Part 3

19 2.8 An Intermediate Neural Net with TensorFlow and Keras

20 Topics

21 3.1 Weight Initialization

22 3.2 Unstable Gradients and Batch Normalization

23 3.3 Model Generalization–Avoiding Overfitting

24 3.4 Fancy Optimizers

25 3.5 A Deep Neural Net with TensorFlow and Keras

26 3.6 Regression Models

27 3.7 TensorBoard and the Interpretation of Model Outputs

28 Topics

29 4.1 Convolutional Layers

30 4.2 A ConvNet with TensorFlow and Keras

31 4.3 Machine Vision Applications

32 Topics

33 5.1 Comparison of the Leading Deep Learning Libraries

34 5.2 Deep Learning with PyTorch–Part 1

35 5.3 Deep Learning with PyTorch–Part 2

36 5.4 Hyperparameter Tuning

37 5.5 Datasets for Deep Learning and Resources for Self-Study

38 Deep Learning with TensorFlow, Keras, and PyTorch – Summary

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