Basic Deep Learning on the Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
Deep learning on the Ras Pi B+ tutorial from BitPi.co:
Example of Deep Learning
Taking an image and evaluating it with a neural network model in order make a conclusion as to what is in the image. Thats a super simplified explanation. I’m not educated enough on the subject to go into further detail. Haha
Deep Learning on the Raspberry Pi
We’ll be working with binaries today so we need to be aware that what may work on original Raspberry Pi will not work on the Raspberry Pi 2. This is because they have two different processors. In this tutorial I will be using a Raspberry Pi B+ that uses the original processor.
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