Sunday, October 02, 2016

Deep learning: an introduction for the layperson
Deep learning is one of the buzzwords of 2016, promising to revolutionize the world possibly without Skynet gaining self-awareness.

Last week I held an internal talk at eLife Sciences to introduce colleagues from both the software and scientific backgrounds to the concept.

Here are the slides, complete with notes (accessible through a popup by pressing S) that explain what the diagrams and other figures mean.

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