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TensorFlow on Android

Take deep learning mobile. If you followed my previous post, you learned how to install GPU-accelerated TensorFlow and create your own image classifier on a Linux computer. Honestly, though, the process of classifying individual images is time consuming on a laptop: you have to download the image you want to classify and enter a lot of code into the terminal just to classify your image.
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