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Implementing Simple Neural Network using Keras – With Python Example

Back in 2015. Google released TensorFlow, the library that will change the field of Neural Networks and eventually make them mainstream. Not only that it became popular for developing Neural Networks, but it enabled higher-level APIs to run on top of it. One of those APIs is Keras.
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