deep learning

Global AI Bootcamp, Turin (Italy), December 14th

The Global AI Bootcamp is a free one-day event organized by local communities all over the world that are passionate about Artificial Intelligence. I'd like to invite you to the one me and Clemente Giorio (Microsoft MVP) are organizing in Turin (Italy) with the help and support of Torino Technologies Group (TTG), ItaliaDotNet, DotNet Campania and DotNetPodcast, at Toolbox Coworking, via Agostino da Montefeltro 2, on December 14th.

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Speaking at Microsoft Ignite 2019

Hi all, I'm happy to announce that I've been selected as speaker at the Microsoft Ignite 2019 conference, in Orlando, FL (USA). The conference will take place on November 4-8, 2019. That's a great honour, and I'm very glad to be part of the speaker staff again, as did in Microsoft Ignite 2017 conference.

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AI & ML Conference 2019

I'd like to invite you to the AI & ML Conference, in Microsoft House, Milan (Italy), on September 27th.

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New Pluralsight course, Deep Learning NLP with PyTorch and fastai

I'm very happy to announce that, after many months of work, my new Pluralsight course has been published: Getting Started with NLP Deep Learning Using PyTorch and fastai.

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Build Caffe2 and Detectron with GPU support on Windows (Part 2 of 2)

Few weeks ago, I had the need to test and use some custom models made with Caffe2 framework and Detectron. They are actively developed on Linux, but I needed to have them run on Windows 10 with CUDA GPU support. It is possible to build Caffe2 for Windows, and a guide is provided, but if you need to use Detectron (not supported on Windows, officially), it is a bit more complicated and some changes in the source code and in the build scripts are required.

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Build Caffe2 and Detectron with GPU support on Windows (Part 1 of 2)

In the last couple of weeks, I had the need to test and use some custom models made with Caffe2 framework and Detectron. They are actively developed on Linux, but I needed to have them run on Windows 10 with CUDA GPU support. It is possible to build Caffe2 for Windows, and a guide is provided, but if you need to use Detectron (not supported on Windows, officially), it is a bit more complicated and some changes in the source code and in the build scripts are required.

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