Deep Gaussian Processes

deepGPyI have a project that requires identifying sequences of signals and classifying them in various ways and I have been looking for good techniques that could be applied to the problem. I came across a paper on Deep Gaussian Processes. They are somewhat related to deep neural networks but have an advantage in requiring a lot less training data. Since the generation of high quality training data is a big issue with DNNs, this is quite appealing. There are some GitHub repos with Python code to make getting started easier. The screenshot is from a demo in the deepGPy repo. Hopefully it will do what I want but, at the very least, I am learning some new mathematics.

Deep convolutional neural networks in practice

Found this very interesting paper on deep convolutional neural networks via a post on the MIT Technology Review web site. It describes a system using multiple GPUs to achieve pretty accurate image recognition. What’s even better, code is available here for multiple NVIDIA CUDA systems. I need to look at it in more detail but it looks like it has all the necessary config files to set up the neural network as described in the paper and would be a good starting point for other uses.