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A Web App to Recognize Handwritten Digits — in 19 Lines of Python

Have you ever trained a machine learning model that you’ve wanted to share with the world? Maybe set up a simple website where you (and your users) could try putting in their own inputs and seeing the models’ predictions? It’s easier than you might think!

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to train a machine learning model to recognize digits using the Tensorflow library, and then create a web-based GUI to show predictions from that model. You (or your users) will be able to draw arbitrary digits into a…




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