Deep learning is a promising machine learning technique with a high barrier to entry. In this talk, we provide an easy entry into this field via "deep features" from pre-trained models. These features can be trained on one data set for one task and used to obtain good predictions on a different task, on a different data set. We demonstrate our technique using our open source based GraphLab Create framework.
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Deep Learning Made Easy With Reusable Deep Features
Danny Bickson is VP EMEA and Co-Founder at Dato. Previously he was a research scientist at Carnegie Mellon University and one of the creators of GraphLab open source project. Danny has a PhD in distributed algorithms from the Hebrew University.