Weekly BigData & ML Roundup – Jan. 12, 2017

Google TensorFlow has reached v1.0.0 Alpha, and Apache OpenNLP 1.7.0 is released. In addition, Apache Foundation has recently promoted Apache Beam™ and Eagle™ as top level projects.

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Examples

MuGo
Replicating AlphaGo’s architecture in a readable manner.

Estimation-of-Remaining-Useful-Life
CNN based regression approach for estimation of machinery’s remaining useful life.

deep-murasaki
Deep learning chess engine, that has no idea about chess rules, but watches and learns.

Toolset

GIS tools for Hadoop
The GIS Tools for Hadoop are a collection of GIS tools for spatial analysis of big data.

Models

Deep Text Correcter
Deep learning models trained to correct input errors in short, message-like text.

CAPTCHA Recognition with Active Deep Learning
An Active Deep Learning strategy gaining new training data without any human intervention.

unet-color
Deep colorizer based on unet architecture (Encoder decoder with skip connections).

Libraries

Cranium
A portable, header-only, artificial neural network library written in C99.

PyFlux
Open source time series library for Python.

word2vec4everything
word2vec for (almost) everything.


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