Did you know MATLAB has a GitHub page? I went to see the site for myself, and it now has over 200 repositories, and quite a few deep learning-related projects.
Below are 5 deep learning examples you may not know existed or perhaps haven’t gotten around to trying yet.
|UNPIC, a new explainer app
UNPIC is an app which can be used to:
|Yolo V4 Apparently we're up to version 4 for Yolo now, and you don't have to wait for a specific release to utilize the latest version! GitHub Repos are updated whenever a new model available. >> Link to Repo|
|Human Pose Estimation
This demo uses a deep neural network to perform 3D pose estimation. It's a pretty popular example, and the GIF makes this look pretty cool. Check it out and let me know what you think.>> Link to Repo
I'd been searching for a good example to understand more about GPT-2, but couldn’t find it right away. I'm happy to report it's easy to find with a simple "Transformer" search!! This includes both a BERT example and GPT-2>> Link to Repo
|Anomaly Detection using Autoencoders This example runs through a full example of using predictive maintenance for Anomaly detection: Extract features and detect anomalies in industrial machinery vibration data using a biLSTM Autoencoder >> Link to Repo|
Other contenders that didn't quite make the top 5:Mask detection – This is still a popular example that was highlighted as blog post last year: Code is here, Blog Post is here. Reinforcement Learning for Finance – This was released as an example almost 2 years ago, but remains popular. If you are into RL for Finance, you should definitely check this out: https://github.com/matlab-deep-learning/reinforcement_learning_financial_trading
See all of the deep learning repositories on MATLAB's Github Page, and leave a comment for other examples you like or would you’d like to see in the future.
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