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Hi, welcome to the second issue of deep learning weekly. A lot has happened this week to pad my readi
August 16 · Issue #2 · View online
Deep Learning Weekly
welcome to the second issue of deep learning weekly.
A lot has happened this week to pad my reading list. Above all, I was delighted by the awesome tutorials about convolutional and recurrent neural networks.
I also dug a little deeper this week after, Yann Le Cun mentioned Adversarial Networks during his Quora session last week and included a paper on the topic in this issue.
I hope you find some nuggets to enjoy.
I’d appreciate any feedback, input or question you might have. Of course sharing this newsletter on twitter or facebook goes a long way to support it and would oblige me greatly.

Why Intel Bought Artificial Intelligence Startup Nervana Systems
The healing power of AI | TechCrunch
Image Completion with Deep Learning in TensorFlow
An Intuitive Explanation of Convolutional Neural Networks – the data science blog
Recurrent Neural Networks for Beginners — Medium
Trends in Neural Machine Translation
Interviews and Q&As
François Chollet - Session on Aug 15, 2016 - Quora
RE•WORK Interview with Yoshua Bengio - Deep Learning Summit, Boston, 2016 #reworkDL - YouTube
AMA: We are the Google Brain team. We'd love to answer your questions about machine learning. : MachineLearning
Libraries & Code
GitHub - aymericdamien/TopDeepLearning: A list of popular github projects related to deep learning
Papers & Publications
Residual Networks of Residual Networks: Multilevel Residual Networks
Unsupervised Representation Learning with Deep Convolutional Generative Adversarial Networks
Convolutional Neural Fabrics
The SIGMORPHON 2016 Shared Task - Morphological Inflection
A Convolutional Neural Network Neutrino Event Classifier