Development in Deep Convolutional Neural Networks by using Machine Learning Framework
Keywords:deep learning, neural networks, convolutional neural networks
In recent years, the machine learning technology has drawn more interest in a variety of vision tasks such image classification, image detection, and picture identification. Recent improvements in machine learning methods, in particular, stimulate the use of convolutional neural networks for image classification. CNNs are recognised as a potent class of models for image identification issues, sometimes even outperforming humans. The study described in this paper's major objective is to provide an overview of the rise and development of machine learning, deep learning, CNN, and the use of machine learning for image categorization. The CNN and conventional methods are contrasted at the conclusion.
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