Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Machine UI : An IDE for Machine Learning, currently in Alpha

Machine UI, or just "Machine" as it's commonly referred, is an IDE for Machine Learning, which is currently in its Alpha stage. It has been designed to work with TensorFlow, and aims at simplifying setting up machine Learning experiments so that you spend more time experimenting, and less time configuring.


The interface of Machine UI
The interface of Machine UI (Note: This is a screenshot from their announcement video)

As per their announcement video, the machine learning experiments are set up visually. The input data, convolutions, and the outputs are placed as nodes on a graph. You can think of it as a more interactive version of the Tensor Board which comes with TensorFlow.


Check out their announcement video below:



The IDE is currently not available to the public. But you can request Alpha access from their official site. It looks promising, but we will have to wait for a public release in order to see how its features hold up against common machine learning branch.

Check out more details on Machine UI from these links:
https://hackaday.com/2017/06/27/machine-learning-ide-in-alpha/
https://machineui.co/ (Official Site of Machine UI)
 

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