For the second consecutive year, I was lucky enough to attend the TensorFlow dev Summit on March 6th — 7th at the Google Event Center in Sunnyvale, California USA. Last year, I was impressed by the organization, the venue, the schedule, the speakers and I think this year was even better. So once again, congratulations to the Google and TensorFlow teams for organizing such an amazing event!

TensorFlow Dev Summit still brings together a diverse mix of machine learning users from around the world; now for two days instead of one. The first day was full of technical talks, demos…


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This post is a quick introduction to start playing with time series in python. This includes a small definition of time series and some data manipulation using pandas accessing smart meter energy consumption data…


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Today the hype around AI in general, and Machine Learning in particular, is at a peak and a lot of people believe that we are at the edge of a new technological revolution. In this context, on March 30th 2018, I attended the second Tensorflow dev Summit at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View California..

First of all, I have to say that the organization, the venue, the schedule, the speakers, everything was great. Congratulations to the Tensorflow team for organizing such an…

Arnaud Zinflou

AI researcher, ML Enthusiast

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