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"Solving Vision Tasks Using Deep Learning: An Introduction," a Presentation from Google

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Pete Warden, Google research engineer and the tech lead of  the TensorFlow Mobile and Embedded team, presents the "Solving Vision Tasks Using Deep Learning: An Introduction" tutorial at the May 2018 Embedded Vision Summit.

This talk introduces deep learning for vision tasks. It provides an overview of deep learning, explores its weaknesses and strengths, and highlights best approaches to applying deep learning to solving vision problems. The audience will learn to think about vision problems from a different perspective, understand what questions to ask, and discover where to find the answers to these questions. The talk will conclude with insights on the challenges of deploying deep learning solutions on mobile devices.