Categorizing images with deep learning into Elasticsearch

20 January 2016 Engineering By Emmanuel Benazera Deepdetect is a young open source deep-learning server and API designed to help in bridging the gap toward machine learning as a commodity. It originates from a series of applications built for a handful of large corporations and small startups. It has support for Caffe, one of the most appreciated libraries for deep learning, and it easily connects to a range of sources and sinks. This enables deep learning to fit into existing stacks and applications with reduced effort. Machine learning is the next expected commodity on the developer’s stack. Many software packages, most of them open source, are slowly but surely empowering the developers with these new technologies for automation. As the developer of Deepdetect, an open source deep-learning server, I’ve been…

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