NO PYTHON ONLY C++ FOR DEEP LEARNING?




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Another episode of Big Data Big Questions tackling question whether Python or C++ is used in Deep Learning. In this video we will look at the question from a couple different angles. First language hierarchy if Python is running on C++ why not just use C++? Next we look at the case studies on Tensorflow to how other developers are using Tensorflow. Then it time to learn the best programming language for deep learning. Spoiler alert it’s not just about C++ vs. Python. Lastly we talk about how to decide to use C++ or Python for Deep Learning.

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  • Thomas Henson
    November 27, 2020

    I have to downvote 200% using high level language for AI production!

  • Thomas Henson
    November 27, 2020

    I know c++ (competitive programming), how should I start with ML. I cannot find a single course teaching ML in c++.

  • Thomas Henson
    November 27, 2020

    Hey man some constructive criticism here:

    I'm not a YouTuber yet so take this with a grain of salt but I think your channel would be way bigger if you were to put out content on a more frequent consistent basis. Even if it is just videos broken into smaller segments. Your Data news videos are a really good addition to the mix of questions, guides and book reviews. I like the stuff you put out there and for people aspiring to get into Data Engineering like myself there are really only a small handful of people doing what you're doing for Data Engineering. So you could still make some huge gains in your position. I'm sure there are ways you can monetize effectively to make it more viable but from the perspective of somebody who thinks you have quality content and deserve more subscribers that's my two cents. Take it or leave it but I think a little bit of compound interest would do wonders for your channel.

  • Thomas Henson
    November 27, 2020

    To anyone that will come here. Do not see this shit, you will lose your time.

  • Thomas Henson
    November 27, 2020

    Hey Thomas thanks for the videos but I have one question though: why is it that you never mention MATLAB as an extremely useful tool for data scientists? Am I wrong?

  • Thomas Henson
    November 27, 2020

    Amazing!! I have a question. Do i have to learn web development before going to Ml and DL? 🙏🙏

  • Thomas Henson
    November 27, 2020

    Keep grinding! You're still one of the only people on YouTube talking about data engineering.
    I like the format, it makes it easier to focus on the video.

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