On Mon, Mar 23, 2020, at 1:07 PM, Lumir Balhar wrote:
Hello, Fedora developers.
We, members of Fedora Machine learning SIG, are looking for a ways how we can help you
with ML and make Fedora the best ML platform for developers, researchers and scientists.
- Do you know about any problem in Fedora which might be possible to solve using machine
learning? Let us know! We can try it.
- Do you miss anything in Fedora which would make your development on ML apps easier?
Let us know! We can fix it.
- Do you maintain any ML related RPM packages or containers and need some help? We can
- Do you know any successful project using machine learning on Fedora? Let us know! We
can help with testing and promoting.
We are looking forward for interesting ideas from you.
How to reach us:
Mailing list: ml(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
IRC: #fedora-ml on freenode
Have a nice day.
Lumír, Fedora ML SIG
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It may be helpful to have a few Magazine articles demonstrating ML on Fedora. Examples
a) Introduction to ML Pack https://www.mlpack.org
b) Introduction to OpenNN https://github.com/Artelnics/OpenNN/tree/master/examples
c) Introduction to some of the popular Machine learning frameworks (PyTorch, MxNet,
TensorFlow, PaddlePaddle, Chainer etc)
d) Using Magenta and Tensorflow (https://magenta.tensorflow.org/
) to generate
Music/Artwork on Fedora