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Trueface Tutorials: Convert MXNet Models into High-Performance Inference Frameworks

Here at Trueface, we use MXNet to train our machine learning models. MXNet is a great framework when it comes to prototyping and training because of the robust and easy-to-use API which allows developers of all skill levels to get started in just a few lines of code.

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Cyrus Behroozi

Cyrus Behroozi

Senior computer vision software developer at Trueface.ai | cyrusbehr.com

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