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Deep Learning Oracle

Optimizing TensorFlow for CPU

A few days ago I participated in a Brazilian Developers Conference. Among many lectures, one about Intel architecture was very interesting. Intel is working to provide more performance for Artificial Intelligence projects with different hardware and software optimizations, as you can see in the following figure. Intel has a TensorFlow distribution with many optimizations for the CPU. In this post I will show the results of my test with different TensorFlow and Python distributions […]
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Deep Learning Oracle

Using Oracle Storage Cloud with Tensorflow

Do you know Tensorflow? TensorFlow is an open source software library for high performance numerical computation. Maybe nowadays it is the most famous library used for Machine Learning and Deep Learning projects. This kind of solution is responsible for projects like autonomous vehicles and facial recognition. There are many tutorials about Tensorflow and one of my favourites is the Transfer Learning. Transfer Learning is a technique that allows us to reuse an already trained model […]
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Oracle

Face Recognition in Oracle Cloud

Happy New Year! Hope your New Year is filled with success, health, prosperity and happiness. In the first blog post of 2018, you will learn how to build a simple Face Recognition application and run it using Oracle Cloud. A facial recognition system is an application capable of identifying people from images or videos. This can be done by comparing facial features of the image with a faces database. Download the source code here: https://github.com/waslleysouza/face_recognition. Try […]
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Oracle

Running Delphi application in Oracle Cloud

Many businesses are moving to the cloud, some of them want to increase efficiency and other companies want to reduce costs, but in fact, they all want to take advantage of the benefits of the cloud. Today, all new companies or startups are already cloud native, but most of the companies we know are still using old technologies or client-server applications like Delphi. With Oracle Cloud, the journey to cloud for client-server applications is made easy with a partner solution called GraphOn […]
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Oracle

Creating a Windows compute instance in Oracle Cloud

If you read the blog post Creating a compute instance in Oracle Cloud, you learned how to create an Oracle Linux compute instance in Oracle Cloud. But what are the necessary steps if you need a Microsoft Windows Server compute instance to run your .NET or Delphi applications? In this blog post you will know about it. With Oracle Cloud, in addition to Linux instances, you can have Microsoft Windows Server instances without the need to buy or use your licenses, because two versions are included […]