Creating Multi Task Models With Keras
In this 1 hour long guided project, you will learn to create and train multi-task, multi-output models with Keras. You will learn to use Keras' functional API to create a multi output model which will be trained to learn two different labels given the same input example. The model will have one input but two outputs. A few of the shallow layers will be shared between the two outputs, you will also use a ResNet style skip connection in the model. If you are familiar with Keras, you have probably come across examples of models that are trained to perform multiple tasks. For example, an object detection model where a CNN is trained to find all class instances in the input images as well as give a regression output to localize the detected class instances in the input. Being able to use Keras' functional API is a first step towards building complex, multi-output models like object detection models. We will be using TensorFlow as our machine learning framework. The project uses the Google Colab environment. You will need prior programming experience in Python. You will also need prior experience with Keras. Consider this to be an intermediate level Keras project. This is a practical, hands on guided project for learners who already have theoretical understanding of Neural Networks, Convolutional Neural Networks, and optimization algorithms like gradient descent but want to understand how to use use Keras to write custom, more complex models than just plain sequential neural networks. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions.
An useful practice and review of keras functional api.
This course is pretty good, that I learned many concepts in one hour. The instructor too very good that his way of explanation made me to understand it quickly.
Amit is awesome. You are one the best instructors/teachers , I have ever seen in my life.
The project was simple yet provided the core idea of going for multitask model with an interesting use-case.