Seven Python Artificial Intelligence Modules You Should Have In 2021.

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Python is the king of artificial intelligence. There are many reasons to support this , python is

  1. Simple
  2. Readable
  3. Easy to Implement

Python has many AI modules but we will loot at only seven key libraries.

  1. Pytorch
  2. Chatterbot
  3. Yolov3
  4. Opencv
  5. Numpy
  6. Serpent AI
  7. Matplotlib
  8. Pytorch
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Pytorch is of no doubt the best AI module for deep learning. It’s applications range from self driving cars by companies such as Tesla to making high end super responsive chatbots.

2. Chatterbot

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Chatterbot is an AI chatbot library. It is used to make high end chatbot programs. You can use it to make your own chatbot version such as Amazon Alexa or Siri. To install type this in the terminal pip install chatterbot

3. Yolov3

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Yolo is an image library. Yolov3 is used in object detection applications. You can use it to make a self driving car or a face recognition system.

4.Opencv

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Opencv is a computer vision python library . If you are a fun of face recognition , you should absolutely give it a try.

5. Numpy

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Numpy as the name suggest is a mathematical python library . You can use it to make neural networks. Numpy is closely related to pytorch but pytorch is a bit faster because you can run it on a GPU unlike numpy which runs on the CPU only.

6.Serpent AI

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Serpent AI is a AI game agent , you can use it to implement you game artificial intelligence. If you are a game developer you should give it a try.

7. Matplotlib

Matplotlib is a graphical data representation python library. You can use it to represent any kind of data in form of pie charts, histograms etc. To install type pip install matplotlib

There you have it , don’t hesitate to give these libraries a try. If you like this tutorial don’t forget to give it a clap

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