AIQC simplifies data preparation and parameter tuning for batches of deep learning models without an expensive cloud backend.

It empowers researchers by reducing the programming and data science know-how required to integrate machine learning into their research. It makes machine learning less of a black box by reproducibly recording experiments in a file-based database that requires no configuration.

In this step-by-step Python for beginners tutorial, Kevin Stratvert  teaches you how to get started programming in Python.

In this video, I assume that you are completely new to programming. We’ll walk through how to get Python, how to run your first code, and how to get an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) to help you code faster. You’ll also learn about variables and how to set them. We’ll look at functions, if statements, while and for loops, and we’ll import libraries. At the end, we’ll also look at how you can troubleshoot your code, for instance, when you run into syntax, semantic, or runtime errors. By the end, you’ll know how to run code and you’ll also understand the basic concepts of programming.

Walkthrough of newly released PyTorch Learn the basics tutorial with PyTorch Developer Advocate Suraj Subramanian.

Learn more:

  1. Learn the basics – https://aka.ms/PyTorch/LearntheBasics
  2. PyTorch.org – https://pytorch.org/
  3. PyTorch on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/pytorch

Related links:

Python Simplified demonstrates how to create a fully-functional Python app step by step.

In this project, we will build a graphic user interface with the brand new Dear PyGui library!
We will connect this interface to my Simple SMS Spam Filter, which we’ve built together in a previous project.
We will learn how to display images, text, user input, buttons, and separators, as well as hiding widgets and “click” event callback functions.

Starter Files:
https://github.com/MariyaSha/SimpleSMSspamFilter_GUI