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Doulos publishes enhanced Deep Learning course

Embedded Vision Summit, Santa Clara, CA - May 21, 2019

Doulos is pleased to announce a significant update to its popular Practical Deep Learning course, providing the very latest KnowHow for those implementing the rapidly evolving range of applications that require deep learning solutions.

The course provides engineers and programmers with a solid introduction to deep learning "training" and enhanced coverage of "inference", combined with the practical application needed to start implementing deep learning systems.

Doulos co-founder (and course creator) John Aynsley says: "Deep learning with neural networks is a rapidly expanding field, with new algorithms and new technology being introduced every week. This updated course will teach you all you need to get started with confidence.".
The course is based on the Python programming language and makes extensive use of the Keras neural network API (utilized by the TensorFlow machine learning framework), although the principles and concepts taught are equally applicable in any deep learning library or framework.

The updated version of this course is available for on-site delivery world-wide and will soon be scheduled in the US, UK and Germany.

View the updated course description »

For more information, contact your local Doulos Sales Office or email info@doulos.com.


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For 28 years, Doulos has set the industry standard for developing and delivering high quality training and knowhow in electronic system design and verification, covering languages and methodologies for system, hardware, and embedded software designers.

The essential choice for more than 4000 companies across over 70 countries, Doulos provides scheduled classes across North America, Europe and India, and delivers on-site, team-based training and interactive online learning events worldwide.

 


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