Category: Windows

  • Pre-orders are Now Open for Deep Learning on Windows

    Pre-orders are Now Open for Deep Learning on Windows

    Pre-orders for my new book, Deep Learning on Windows, are Now Open at Amazon.com! Deep Learning on Windows is my latest book, and it is the longest and the most comprehensive book I have written to date. The book is meant for both beginners and intermediates to deep learning. It covers topics from setting up…

  • Major Update on My New Book: Deep Learning on Windows

    If you recall, I originally intended to incrementally release my new book – Deep Learning on Windows – and have it completed around the June/July timeframe. Well, the month of July came and went, but no book got released. I also was not posting articles in the blog frequently for the past couple of months.…

  • Easy Text-to-Speech in Windows 10 Using PyWin32

    Some time back, we’ve talked about how to build a speech recognition system in Python. Now let’s look in to the other end of it: how to make a Python program that talks. More specifically, let’s looks at building a text-to-speech system. There are several libraries out there that would let you build a text-to-speech…

  • Book Update: First 3 Chapters are Now Released!

    I’m excited to let you know that the first 3 Chapters of my new book – Deep Learning on Windows – is now released at LeanPub! Deep Learning on Windows This is currently the only book focusing specifically on setting up and developing Deep Learning models on Microsoft Windows. As I mentioned in my earlier…

  • My New Book is in the works: Deep Learning on Windows

    Hope you all are staying safe! With the lockdown and working from home from my job I’ve had a bit of free time these past few days. I’ve spent some of that time on going through the comments of the blog, and the questions and queries I have received from you readers through email and…

  • How to Install TensorFlow 2.0 on Anaconda (with CUDA support)

    TensorFlow 2.0 has been released for a few months now. This latest version comes with many new features and improvements, such as eager execution, multi-GPU support, tighter Keras integration, and new deployment options such as TensorFlow Serving. So, it’s time we all switched to TensorFlow 2.0. The Anaconda-native TensorFlow 2.0 packages are now available in…

  • How to Build and Install the Latest Version of Dlib on Anaconda on Windows

    Dlib is a toolkit for C++ and Python containing machine learning algorithms and tools for creating complex software to solve real world problems. Dlib provides algorithms for machine learning/deep learning, multi-class classification and clustering models, support vector machines, regression models, a large set of numerical algorithms for areas such as matrix manipulations and linear algebra,…

  • Failed Attempts at Building TensorFlow GPU from Source

    For the last 3 weeks, I’ve been trying to build TensorFlow from source. I wanted to get TensorFlow GPU version working on Windows with CUDA 9.2 and cuDNN 7.1. Since the pre-built wheels only work with CUDA 9.0, the only way we can get it working with 9.2 is to build it ourselves from source.…

  • Fixing the Matplotlib PyPlot import errors

    About a week back, I was reinstalling Keras, TensorFlow and all the other libraries after a reformat of my PC. When I started verifying the library installations, I came across a strange error. When I tried to run a simple deep learning model, Python runtime crashed. As soon as I execute the script I was…