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Biggest rivalries right now ..
Windows vs Linux,
Chrome vs Firefox,
VMs vs Containers,
Vim vs Nano,
SQL vs NoSQL,
React.js vs Vue.js,
Tensorflow vs Pytorch 😎😎19
6h attempting to correctly install
pytorch from source
Just installed Keras, theano, PyTorch and Tensorflow on Windows 10 with GPU and CUDA working...
Took me 2 days to do it on my PC, and then another two days of cryptic compiler errors to do it on my laptop. It takes an hour or so on Linux... But now all of my devices are ready to train some Deep Deep Learning models )
I don't think even here many people will understand the pain I had to go through, but I just had to share it somewhere since I am now overcome with peace and joy.3
Fucking fuck Nvidia. Shit suckers and ass lickers can't make a fucking thing properly. Everytime I have to compile something involving cuDNN and cuda I wish I could kill myself first. It's a piece of garbage software that we're stuck with. Fuck you mother fuckin Nvidia.3
If PyTorch > Tensorflow:
Wait a minute? Is this a While True loop?
Doesn't look like an if condition xD3
Reinforcement learning is going to be my end. 😩😩😩☠️
(currently stuck at how to put images as well as a bunch of other -motor- values as input... and exactly what am I getting as output again?)
Pulling my own hair out... Ooooooof7
For my graduate level people(aka Masters degree students or holders)
How normal would you say that: giving dense ass lectures in NN with absolutely NO practical examples and just a fuckload of theory + 1 simulation project in Pytorch in which a robot is to detect collisions is?
is it normal? i mean I knew about Pytorch from a very shallow overview, but these assholes gave that project and expected it completed in a week with a fuckload of dense ass lectures and no practical exmaples.
I know school is supposed to be hard, that is not my gripe, but in yalls experience are teachers more descriptive and fun in other institutions? do I just have shit luck with teachers? I don't feel like wasting my money. If your experience was better then let me know, cuz I want education yes, but i want it better.4
HEY ya'll I'm a programmer in python or at least I know the basics. Well I want to get into deep learning and nueral networks and I was wondering what tools should I use because I'm already using pycharm professional as my IDE and I'm playing around with pytorch.9
I am going to do a project which indexes lecture/educational videos for easier navigation. Planning to use PyTorch for this. Any suggestions or do you know any open source projects that exists ?
If you also interested then this is the repo -
Waiting 3 days for your graphics card to get trough all training data to see if you wasted your life with bad architecture.13
Wooooooohoooooooooo!!!!!! I am a udacity pytorch scholar!!!!!!!!!!!💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥
Thankyou udacity !!! Love love love !!!! Damn am so excited!! Time to sharpen my spack skills 💓💓💓1
Any fellow devranters in the pytorch udacity scholarship?
Damn,i was so excited for that,but it started 5 days earlier and now here i am , too busy to even start the videos. God i am gonna watch them after waking.
Oh yeah Google why don't you just change the parameter order of functions, remove entire functions between minor versions, and not put a single example on your API docs? And force devs to add 30 lines of boilerplate and start an http server so I can run the debugger? Fuck tensor flow, I'm moving to pytorch.2
If you're into compilers AND AI, check out Glow Compiler.
Explains the idea well, casual read, almost no math just clean code examples and lots of easy reading explaining the ideas and theory behind it.
You can find the project at https://github.com/pytorch/glow and and also https://ai.facebook.com/tools/glow/1
I thought it would be a great course, learn some of the stuff that I always read about but couldn't understand jackshit, and maybe profit form it somehow.
I'm in my last assignment, they want us to pick some SNLI paper and implement, ok, so I find this one with the least amount of params because I thought hey this seems promising.
And boy what a ride it was, I implemented it using PyTorch, the results are way off, I read the paper again and rewrite some parts, still nothing, I get 79%, it's supposed to be 85%, and no matter how I try, nothing.
10 GitHub repos later, 40 hours of complete meltdown,
20 throwaway Google accounts using colab because we don't have GPUs in our uni and using AWS is not feasible.
Same shit, I'm at loss, the world is a lie, and I fell for it...