Practical Natural Language Processing
Being specialized in domains like computer vision and natural language processing is no longer a luxury but a necessity that is expected of any data scientist in today’s fast-paced world! Natural Language Processing is a subfield of “Artificial Intelligence” that gives machine the ability to understand natural languages like speech and text. With huge linguistic datasets and faster compute a lot of rapid advances are taking place. If you are overwhelmed with the fast-paced development in NLP, we got you covered.
Our learnings from hosting online events
We are all collectively going through a tough time and its difficult to stay calm and focused. As community organizers, we feel an obligation here to figure out ways to help people fight through it. Being a technical community primarily what we all could think of was “distraction through education”.
What's new in TFLite from DevSummit 2020
TensorFlow Lite (TFLite) allows us to deploy light-weight state-of-the-art (SoTA) machine learning models to mobile and embedded devices. It reduces the memory footprints of the heavier deep learning models and thereby enhances the latency in producing predictions. This makes TensorFlow Lite a very ideal candidate for mobile and embedded-based machine learning applications which tend to operate in resource-constrained environments.
Announcing TweetsOnTF contest
Continuing with our celebration on TensorFlow Dev Summit 2020, we are pleased to announce a fun competition - TweetsOnTF!
ML On Kaggle and Off Kaggle by Aakash Nain on 22nd March
Join TensorFlow User Group Kolkata for an expert session to celebrate the TensorFlow Dev Summit Extended series. In this session, Aakash Nain who is a Research Engineer at Ola and also a GDE for Machine Learning will be walking us through the several key differences in doing Machine Learning on and off Kaggle.
Celebrating #TFDevSummit 2020
COVID-19 hit the world pretty hard causing stern losses. It included turning many in-person flagship developer conferences to completely online. TensorFlow’s annual developer conference TensorFlow Dev Summit was no exception. This year it was a livestream only event and it took place on March 11.
TFUG Inaugural Event on 15th Feb
TensorFlow User Group Kolkata(TFUG Kol) is a professional community bringing together machine learning practitioners of the city to discuss, network and collaborate how they use TensorFlow for their development needs. It is a local community of the people, by the people, and for everyone who is a developer, researcher, user, teacher or writer, interested in Machine Learning.
TensorFlow User Group Kolkata
Hey there! Thanks for taking out time to dive into the what and who about this user group here. TFUG is a professional community bringing together machine learning practitioners of the city to discuss, network and collaborate how they use TensorFlow for their development needs. It is a local community for developers, researchers, users, teachers and writers interested in Machine Learning. This community is by the people for the people.