Deep Learning Weekly | Issue #30: Most cited papers, black magic, self-driving cars in the browser

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Hey Folks, after losing large parts of our beloved internet yesterday, we are back on track. We head
 
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Hey Folks,
after losing large parts of our beloved internet yesterday, we are back on track. We head into March with the most-cited deep learning papers, frameworks at scale, self-driving cars in browsers, valuable black magic, tf.Transform and much more.
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Industry
Deploying Deep Learning Frameworks at Scale
The Alien Style of Deep Learning Generative Design
Learning
Self-driving cars in the browser
The Black Magic of Deep Learning
Feel The Kern - Generating Proportional Fonts with AI
NIPS 2016 Workshop on Adversarial Training
Generating Color Palettes with Deep Learning
Libraries & Code
Preprocessing for Machine Learning with tf.Transform
Papers & Publications
The most cited deep learning papers
Using Deep Learning and Google Street View to Estimate the Demographic Makeup of the US
Deep Reinforcement Learning: An Overview