- Smart bettors quickly take advantage and the bookmaker shifts the line to equivalate betting volume on either side of a matchup.Similarly, high variance in opinion when the data between two teams is very similar can often lead to poor lines.
- By polling the crowd with low limits to start, Pinnacle can often limit exposure on early lines and avoid getting picked off on markets by sharp bettors.This novel method of polling the crowd drives lines globally, and it’s no surprise that the default action for almost every sportsbook is to…
- To produce lines we will use an ensemble of best in class Deep Learning networks, alongside other more common approaches to shape a line up to 24 hours before current markets take shape.At Fansunite.io, the world’s preeminent social token betting platform, we have been actively shaping our risk management strategy…
- We offer an industry leading 1% margin and will maintain a winners welcome philosophy.The Value to the Betting CustomerOur automated machine approach to setting lines offers the following core value to our customers.Savings we can pass on to our bettors.
- By using Machine Learning, we can offer real time In-Play betting markets to our amazing customers.Stable Currency: Solid lines offer big rewards to currency and token holders by ensuring that the coin base is not drained by sophisticated traders and demand remains strong for our low margin lines.
Machine Learning is becoming a standard tool of the sports betting industry. At fansunite.io we are keenly aware of this technology and actively incorporating it into our risk management strategy…
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- The first result of this collaboration is the new Gluon interface, an open source library in Apache MXNet that allows developers of all skill levels to prototype, build, and train deep learning models.
- It brings together the training algorithm and neural network model, thus providing flexibility in the development process without sacrificing performance.
- Then, when speed becomes more important than flexibility (e.g., when you’re ready to feed in all of your training data), the Gluon interface enables you to easily cache the neural network model to achieve high performance and a reduced memory footprint.
- For each iteration, there are four steps: (1) pass in a batch of data; (2) calculate the difference between the output generated by the neural network model and the actual truth (i.e., the loss); (3) use to calculate the derivatives of the model’s parameters with respect to their impact on…
- To learn more about the Gluon interface and deep learning, you can reference this comprehensive set of tutorials, which covers everything from an introduction to deep learning to how to implement cutting-edge neural network models.
Today, AWS and Microsoft announced a new specification that focuses on improving the speed, flexibility, and accessibility of machine learning technology for all developers, regardless of their deep learning framework of choice. The first result of this collaboration is the new Gluon interface, an open source library in Apache MXNet that allows developers of all skill levels to prototype, build, and train deep learning models. This interface greatly simplifies the process of creating deep learning models without sacrificing training speed.
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- Researchers from NVIDIA recently published a paper detailing their new methodology for generative adversarial networks (GANs) that generated photorealistic pictures of fake celebrities.
- Rather than train a single neural network to recognize pictures, researchers train two competing networks.
- “The key idea is to grow both the generator and discriminator progressively: starting from a low resolution, we add new layers that model increasingly fine details as training progresses,” explained the researchers in their paper Progressive Growing of GANs for Improved Quality, Stability and Variation.
- Since the publicly available CelebFaces Attributes (CelebA) training dataset varied in resolution and visual quality — and not sufficient enough for high output resolution — the researchers generated a higher-quality version of the dataset consisting of 30,000 images at 1024 x 1024 resolution.
- Generating convincing realistic images with GANs are within reach and the researchers plan to use TensorFlow and multi-GPUs for the next part of the work.
Researchers from NVIDIA recently published a paper detailing their new methodology for generative adversarial networks (GANs) that generated photorealistic pictures of fake celebrities.
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- Last week we announced the release of PlaidML, an open source software framework designed to enable deep learning on every device.
- We received immediate requests for Mac and Python 3, today we’re pleased to announce preliminary support for both.
- Installing PlaidML with Keras on a Mac is as simple as , but we’ve added something extra: – – We’ve updated plaidvision with support for macOS and Mac built-in webcams.
- The actual installation only takes a moment: – – PlaidML on Mac is a preview and we are very interested in hearing about user experiences.
- We’d especially like to thank GitHub user Juanlu001, our first open source contributor, for taking the lead on Python 3 support.
Last week we announced the release of PlaidML, an open source software framework designed to enable deep learning on every device. Our goal with PlaidML is to make deep learning accessible by supporting the most popular hardware and software already in the hands of developers, researchers, and students. Last week’s release supported Python 2.7 on Linux. We received immediate requests for Mac and Python 3, today we’re pleased to announce preliminary support for both.
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- Our company uses PlaidML at the core of our deep learning vision systems for embedded devices, and to date we’ve focused on support for image processing neural networks like ResNet-50, Xception, and MobileNet.
- We wrote about this in a previous post comparing PlaidML inference throughput to TensorFlow on cuDNN.
- After updating to Keras 2.0.8, cuDNN 6, and Tensorflow 1.3, it’s within about 4% of PlaidML’s throughput: – – It’s a great improvement and we continue to use TensorFlow as our benchmark for other areas where PlaidML is less mature.
- Briefly, the system requirements are: – – To get PlaidML installed and do a quick benchmark all you need to do is: – – By default, plaidbench will benchmark 1024 inferences at batch size 1 using Keras on PlaidML and print a result similar to the following: – – In…
- Then run plaidbench with the “no-plaid” option: – – The output should look like the following: – – PlaidML can take longer to execute on the first run, but tends to outperform TensorFlow + cuDNN, even on the latest NVIDIA hardware (in this case by about 14%).
We’re pleased to announce the next step towards deep learning for every device and platform. Today Vertex.AI is releasing PlaidML, our open source portable deep learning engine. Our mission is make deep learning accessible to every person on every device, and we’re building PlaidML to help make that a reality. We’re starting by supporting the most popular hardware and software already in the hands of developers, researchers, and students. The initial version of PlaidML runs on most existing PC hardware with OpenCL-capable GPUs from NVIDIA, AMD, or Intel. Additionally, we’re including support for running the widely popular Keras framework on top of Plaid to allow existing code and tutorials to run unchanged.
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- With plenty of libraries out there for deep learning, one thing that confuses a beginner in this field the most is which library to choose.Deep Learning libraries/frameworks as per popularity(Source : Google)In this blog post, I am only going to focus on Tensorflow and Keras.
- And if Keras is more user-friendly, why should I ever use TF for building deep learning models?
- You can tweak TF much more as compared to Keras.FunctionalityAlthough Keras provides all the general purpose functionalities for building Deep learning models, it doesn’t provide as much as TF.
- Absolutely, check the example below:Playing with gradients in TensorFlow (Credits : CS 20SI: TensorFlow for Deep Learning Research)Conclusion (TL;DR)if you are not doing some research purpose work or developing some special kind of neural network, then go for Keras (trust me, I am a Keras fan!!)
- But as we all know that Keras is going to be integrated in TF, it is wiser to build your network using tf.contrib.Keras and insert anything you want in the network using pure TensorFlow.
Deep learning is everywhere. 2016 was the year where we saw some huge advancements in the field of Deep Learning and 2017 is all set to see many more advanced use cases. With plenty of libraries out…
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