State of the art image recognition in 7 lines of Python

July 1, 2018, 2:30 p.m. - 2:55 p.m.

I’ve been following the AI field a bit recently, and it turns out the libraries and tooling have come a long way: nowadays any Python coder, with basic high school math, can build and train highly accurate models for categorizing images, translation machines, recommender systems and more.

In this talk I’ll share my findings, point to good resources to look into and provide some ideas on how deep learning can be used in your Python projects.

Nejc Zupan

Geek since he was able to walk, Nejc developed his first game in primary school, won the national robotics championship in high-school and co-founded NiteoWeb while still in college. He spoke at conferences in Brasil, Kenya, plenty in Europe and the US, mostly relating to the Web, Python and productivity. Whenever he is not coding away he is chasing big waves around the World.

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