TensorFlow is a Python-friendly open-source library developed by Google for numerical computation which allows machine learning to be faster and easier. TensorFlow is also an entire ecosystem to help you solve challenging, real-world problems with machine learning.
iRender offers a powerful and dedicated GPU and CPU that can handle all the heavy-duty tasks like a breeze. The heaviest workload can be completed on GTX 1080Ti and 2080Ti with heavy-duty processors, multiple cores. The workflow is so simple: after registration to the service, the user will access our servers through Remote Desktop Application and take full control of the servers
Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) are popular models that have shown great success in many NLP problems. But it seems that there is a limited number of resources that thoroughly explain how RNNs work, and how to implement them. Today, we are happy to share with you some basic knowledge about Recurrent Neural Network and a modified version of recurrent neural networks called Long Short-Term Memory which can resolved some problems of RNNs.
With the development of technology, we have been collecting more data and processing that amount of data becomes more important than ever. Restrictions on the human brain and human resources have led scientists towards a more advanced technology – Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is any technique that aims to enable computers to mimic human behavior, including machine learning, natural language processing (NLP), language synthesis, computer vision, robotics, sensor analysis, optimization and simulation.
While deep learning contains incredibly compute intensive tasks, GPUs can reduce training times by a significant factor and are thus almost an essential tool for serious deep learning practitioners. However the GPUs themselves, as well as the surrounding hardware necessary to effectively run them is a significant investment. In this article, we will provide an analysis of whether to purchase this hardware directly or whether to rent it from a cloud computing vendor.
What is Machine Learning and why does GPUs relate to Machine Learning? This article will answer questions for you and explain why Machine Learning requires GPUs.
Machine Learning (ML) is an application of artificial intelligence (AI). Now there is no exact definition for Machine Learning, but it can be understandable that ML provides systems the ability to automatically learn and improve from experience without being explicitly programmed to solve various problems. Machine learning algorithms focus on the development of computer programs that can access data and use it to learn for themselves