The DataHour: Introduction to Tensorflow Javascript

Sakshi Khanna 15 Jun, 2022
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Dear Readers,

We bring you another episode of our DataHour series. Deep Learning is a subfield of Machine Learning, inspired by the biological neurons of a brain, and translated to artificial neural networks with representation learning. In this DataHour session, Umang will take you through a fun ride of live DEMO! We are sure that you don’t wish to miss this awesome opportunity! Check out the details below and don’t forget to register!

The DataHour


About the DataHour

Deep learning has been doing wonders for years but still, some developers find it difficult to learn or implement in practice. Comes TensorFlow JS to rescue! TF JS introduces the wonderful world of Deep learning and makes it easy to do Deep learning in browsers. But the session isn’t just going to be about TF js.

In this DataHour, Umang Sharma will start with the basics of Deep learning and then proceed on to see real cool live Deep learning fun demos, and later how TF js does it and much more. If you are a developer and wondered how Deep learning worked and how you can include Deep learning in your web apps this talk is for you!

Prerequisites: Enthusiasm for learning Deep Learning and Data Science.

Who is this DataHour for?

  • Students and Freshers with an interest in Data Science.


Umang | The DataHour

Umang Sharma is a Senior Data scientist with years of experience building Deep learning solutions in multiple areas of Computer vision, Natural Language Processing, Reinforcement learning and a few more. He has developed some of the cutting edges AI solutions in multiple industries such as Finance, Power, and Retail and currently works for a leading tech product firm.

He has been National Science Academies’ Summer Research fellow while aged 19 years old. Umang has also been an active speaker in the AI community as well as a keynote speaker at multiple national and international conferences. With his talks/lectures he has imparted ML knowledge to 2000+ participants, most recently he was an invited speaker at the Indian Institute of Management. He is also one of the earlier contributors to Google colab (then called Google datalab). Umang is one of the early adopters of TensorFlow JS and has spoken about it in various conferences including Google DevFest and has even authored a book on TF JS!


Conclusion to DataHour

Grab this fantastic opportunity by registering here for the DataHour. If you’re attending this session and have some preliminary questions about this topic, please send them to us at [email protected], or you could ask directly to the speaker during the session.

If you missed our previously conducted ‘The DataHour’ series, head to our YouTube Channel and check out the recordings. Read the synopsis about the previous held DataHour sessions on our blog here.


If you’re facing any difficulty registering or wish to conduct a session with us. Then, get in touch with us at [email protected].


Sakshi Khanna 15 Jun, 2022

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