August 1, 2017 Nicole Hemsoth
For developers, deep learning systems are becoming more interactive and complex. From the building of more malleable datasets that can be iteratively augmented, to more dynamic models, to more continuous learning being built into neural networks, there is a greater need to manage the process from start to finish with lightweight tools.
“New training samples, human insights, and operation experiences can consistently emerge even after deployment. The ability of updating a model and tracking its changes thus becomes necessary,” says a team from Imperial College London that has developed a library to manage the iterations deep learning developers make across …Read more