DeepLearning in the Browser30 Aug 2018
Finally, I got my third book published. As well as the previous books, Bleedng Edge Press helped us write the book. About 6 months ago, I got a email from the editor in Bleeding Edge Press. They tried to publish a book about deep learning then. I was a contributor of TensorFlow.js and also had some knowledge about the deep learning algorithms. I decided to write the book. Although there are a lot of books about deep learning, not so many books are written for both learning deep learning and browser application. I know that many people who are dedicated to developing web applications are pretty interested in machine learning and deep learning. I believed the topic can be attractive sufficiently to these people.
“Deep Learning in the Browser” is the book for such person. Quote says,
This book covers following topics.
- Basics of deep learning and web applications
- Detail of WebGL
- Usage of modern browser deep learning framework like TensorFlow.js, WebDNN and Keras.js
- Sample web applications leveraged by deep learning
I greatly appreciated to my coauthors, Xavier Bourry, Christoph Körner, Reiichiro Nakano. They reviewed my poor English article and found quite a few mistakes I made. Without their help, this book cannot achieve this kind of impressive quality. I cannot say thank you to them enough.
And I also have to say thank you to Bleeding Edge Press for giving me another chance to write a technical book.
image: Sharon McCutcheon