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This autumn ‘21 highlights and achievements



Posted by HyeJung Lee, DevRel Neighborhood Supervisor and Soonson Kwon, DevRel Program Supervisor

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Let’s discover highlights and achievements of huge Google Machine Studying communities over the past quarter of final yr! We’re excited and grateful about all of the actions that the communities throughout the globe do.

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India-based Aakash Nain has accomplished the TF-Jax tutorial collection with Half 9 (Autodiff in JAX) and Half 10 (Pytrees in JAX). Aakash additionally began a brand new tutorial collection to study concerning the current strategies of constructing fashions in JAX. The primary tutorial Constructing fashions in JAX – Part1 (Stax) is launched.

Christmas tree made of code next to words that say Advent of Code

On Dec twelfth, ML GDE Paolo Galeone began to unravel puzzles of the Creation of Code collection utilizing “pure TensorFlow” (with out some other library). His answer has been up to date in a collection of 12 on his weblog. He defined how he designed the options, how he applied them, and – when wanted – targeted on some TensorFlow options not broadly used. (Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6, Day 7, Day 8, Day 9, Day 10, Day 11, Day 12, Wrap up)

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ML GDE Chansung Park (Korea) & Sayak Paul (India) revealed an “Steady Adaptation for Machine Studying System to Knowledge Modifications” article on TensorFlow weblog. They introduced a venture that implements a workflow combining batch prediction and mannequin analysis for steady analysis retraining So as to seize modifications within the information.

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ML GDE Elyes Manai from Tunisia wrote an article on GDE weblog about his expertise on the Google Cloud ML Engineer certification masking information to certificates and suggestions.

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TFUG organizer Ali Mustufa Shaikh and Rishit Dagli launched “CPPE-5: Medical Private Protecting Gear Dataset” (paper, code). This paper acquired featured on Google Analysis TRC’s publication part on January 5, 2022.

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TFUG New York hosted a collection of occasions in Dec. Finish-to-Finish NLP Workshop with TensorFlow. Transient introduction to the Kaggle competitors for Nice Barrier Reef problem by Google(Slide). TF thought for ML Tasks with GCP.

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ML GDE Elyes Manai from Tunisia wrote an article “The flexibility to alter individuals’s lives and go away one’s mark“. Are you going through difficulties rising in constrained environments? And do you suppose you are not a first-class pupil and you do not have connections within the trade? Then, try Elyes’s story. He shared how Google helped him speed up his influence.

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ML GDE Sayak Paul (India) and Soumik Rakshit’s Level Cloud Segmentation applied the PointNet structure for segmenting 3D level clouds utilizing the ShapeNetCore dataset with TensorFlow 2.x. It’s a winner of #TFCommunitySpotlight too.

Screenshot from a paper titled What Should Not be Contrastive in Contrastive Learning

Annotated Analysis Papers by ML GDE Aakash Kumar Nain (India) is an effort to make papers extra accessible to a wider neighborhood. It additionally helps the internet model and consists of papers from Google Analysis and and many others. This repository is fashionable sufficient to have a +2k star and a +200 fork.

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Interview collection of DevLibrary contributors : Meet the ML GDE Shai Reznik (Israel) and Doug Duhaime. And take a look at what they constructed with Google expertise and what made them passionate.

Image of a TensorFlow 2.0 Global Docs Sprint event invite with Vikram Tiwari

ML DevFest 2021 by GDG Cloud San Francisco. There are 5 classes that stroll you thru framing ML issues, researching ML, constructing proofs of ideas utilizing current ML APIs and fashions, constructing ML pipelines and and many others. ML GDE Vikram Tiwari (USA) introduced Vertex, ML Ops and GCP.

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Krupal Modi (India)’s weblog article and #IamaGDE video shares how he’s been main the machine studying initiatives at Haptik, a conversational AI platform, and the way the staff paired with the Indian Authorities and WhatsApp to construct a COVID-19 helpline.

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Leigh Johnson from USA is the founding father of Print Nanny, an automatic failure detection system and monitoring system for 3D printers. Meet Leigh on this weblog and video!



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