Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been working through a new Google online Machine Learning Crash Course. I’ve worked through several tutorials on basic machine learning tools in the past, but this one is by far the most easy to use such tutorial I’ve found. It uses Jupyter Notebooks, similar to my previous post detailing my machine learning homelab. However, everything runs directly in the browser, requiring no additional setup to run the notebooks. By default, these notebooks do not include GPU acceleration, but when you run the same notebooks in my homelab environment, they should automatically become GPU accelerated. Alternatively, with a bit of tweaking, you can even use GPU accelleration directly in the browser. NEAT!!!
It’s really nice to see more folks jumping on the Jupyter Notebooks bandwagon these days. They’re easy to manage and at least somewhat portable. You can find even more such notebooks at https://distill.pub/ .
Update: Fixed incorrect assertion that you can’t to GPU acceleration with Tensorflow in-browser.