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Deep Learning Algorithms — The Basic Guide

Deep learning leverages autonomous learning mechanisms that depend on simulated neural networks, commonly referred to as artificial neural networks (ANNs), to replicate the intricate cognitive operations of the brain implicated in information processing. During the process of training, algorithms endeavor to ascertain significant attributes, organize entities, and unveil consequential patterns within the data via the utilization of latent components in the input distribution.

Deep Learning – Deep Convolutional Generative Adversarial Networks Basics

Generative Adversarial Networks are a class of algorithms used in the unsupervised learning environment. As the name suggests they are called Adversarial Networks because they are made up of two competing neural networks. Both networks compete with each other to achieve a zero-sum game..

Top Machine Learning Algorithms – Data Scientist Basic Tool Kit

Learning Machine Learning skills is widely seen as a game-changing advantage for organizations, especially those with data-driven operations, as it has the potential to provide significant benefits. Nowadays, the most common term used to describe digital communication tools is social media platforms. The main aim of this written communication is to explicate and exemplify the prominent machine learning algorithms.

Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) - The Basics You Need To Know

Deep Learning – Introduction to Generative Adversarial Neural Networks (GANs)

GANs consist of two neural networks i.e. Generator that generates a fake image of our currency note example and a disa criminator that classifies it into real or fake. The generator’s role is to map the input to the desired data space (image as in the example above). On the other hand second neural network models i.e. the discriminator classify the output with probability as real or fake compared with real datasets.