This package is part of the Kadenze Academy program Creative Applications of Deep Learning w/ TensorFlow.
COURSE 1: Creative Applications of Deep Learning with TensorFlow I (Free to Audit)
Session 1: Introduction to TensorFlow
Session 2: Training A Network W/ TensorFlow
Session 3: Unsupervised And Supervised Learning
Session 4: Visualizing And Hallucinating Representations
Session 5: Generative Models
COURSE 2: Creative Applications of Deep Learning with TensorFlow II (Program exclusive)
Session 1: Cloud Computing, GPUs, Deploying
Session 2: Mixture Density Networks
Session 3: Modeling Attention with RNNs, DRAW
Session 4: Image-to-Image Translation with GANs
COURSE 3: Creative Applications of Deep Learning with TensorFlow III (Program exclusive)
Session 1: Modeling Music and Art: Google Brain’s Magenta Lab
Session 2: Modeling Language: Natural Language Processing
Session 3: Autoregressive Image Modeling w/ PixelCNN
Session 4: Modeling Audio w/ Wavenet and NSynth
pip install cadl
Then in python, you can import any module like so:
from cadl import vaegan
Or see a list of possible modules in an interactive console by typing:
from cadl import and then pressing tab to see the list of available modules.
This package contains various models, architectures, and building blocks covered in the Kadenze Academy program including:
and more. It also includes various datasets, preprocessing, batch generators, input pipelines, and plenty more for datasets such as:
and plenty of utilities for working with images, GIFs, sound (wave) files, MIDI, video, text, TensorFlow, TensorBoard, and their graphs.
Examples of each module's use can be found in the tests folder.
Contributions, such as other model architectures, bug fixes, dataset handling, etc... are welcome and should be filed on the GitHub.
git clone pkmital-pycadl_-_2017-09-06_18-08-45.bundle -b master