John Olafenwa

Creator of 6416444055 ,
Co-Creator of 5736434681
Co-Author of Introduction to Deep Computer Vision,
Deep Learning Researcher, Machine Learning Engineer and Software Developer
Co-Founder and CTO of 4069405343
Deep Learning Researcher, Machine Learning Engineer and Software Developer




PROJECTS


AI Commons



Our Mission which we choose to accept is to advance and democratize Artificial Intelligence and make it accessible to every individual and corporate entity of all sizes everywhere on earth.

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TorchFusion



A Modern Deep Learning framework built to accelerate research and development of Artificial Intelligence systems.

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ImageAI



A python library built to empower developers to independently build applications and systems with self-contained Computer Vision capabilities. Supports a wide range of state-of-the-art computer vision algorithms.

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Publications


On the Subject of Thinking Machines



68 years ago, Alan Turing proposed the question "Can Machines Think"" in his seminal paper titled "Computing Machinery and Intelligence" and he formulated the "Imitation Game" also known as the Turing test as a way to answer this question without referring to a rather ambiguous dictionary definition of the word "think"

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Review of Deep Residual Networks for Image Recognition



Deep Learning is based on the idea of stacking many layers of neurons together. Such neurons include fully connected layers where every output in the previous layer is connected to every node in the next layer, locally connected convolution layers with kernels that act as feature detectors and recurrent layers such as Gated Recurrent Units (GRU) and Long-Short Term Memory (LSTM) cells

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Knowledge Sharing on Generative Adversarial Networks



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About


                  I am a self-taught computer programmer, deep learning researcher and machine learning engineer. I am very passionate about building large-scale systems that will enable developers and researchers more productive in their work. I also love writing tutorials and articles on artificial intelligence. When I am not coding, I spend my time reading deep-learning papers. I love reading new ideas from innovative researchers. My present interests include Computer Vision, Generative Adversarial Networks and Natural Language Processing.




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