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Deep Learning Weekly - 🤖 - Issue #36 - Sonnet a TF library by DeepMind, Trends in ML, Neural Music Synthesis and DL conferences

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Hiya and welcome to an awesome week in deep learning!This week we have a new TF library by DeepMind,
 
April 13 · Issue #36 · View online
Deep Learning Weekly
Hiya and welcome to an awesome week in deep learning!
This week we have a new TF library by DeepMind, an autoencoder for musical synthesis by the folks at Magenta, a peek at trends in ML research by Andrej Karpathy, great advice for domain experts seeking to apply deep learning and 20% off an upcoming DL conference in Singapore for deep learning weekly subscribers.

Happy reading & hacking!

Industry
How Machine Learning May Help Tackle Depression
OpenAI Just Beat Google DeepMind at Atari With an Algorithm From the 80s
Exploring the mysteries of Go with AlphaGo and China's top players
Andrej Karpathy's Peek at Trends in Machine Learning
Learning
Unsupervised Sentiment Neuron
Neural Network 3D Simulation
Data Sciencing Motorcycles: Lean Assist
Libraries & Code
Sonnet: TensorFlow-based Neural Network Library
MNIST clock
NSynth: Neural Audio Synthesis
Google Research: An Open Source Sequence-to-Sequence Framework in TensorFlow
One-Shot Video Object Segmentation
Sequence of images demonstrating the object segmentation taken from the paper: https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.05198
Papers & Publications
Neural Audio Synthesis of Musical Notes with WaveNet Autoencoders
Best Practices for Applying Deep Learning to Novel Applications
Conferences & Events
We recently launched an events tab on our website to compile all deep learning and machine learning events and give users an easy interface to search for those events by time and location.  Upcoming events will also be featured in the newsletter. If we missed yours, just shoot us an email.
5th International Conference on Learning Representations
RE•WORK Deep Learning Summit Singapore (20% off for DL weekly subscribers)
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