That one shot learning paper from berkley is quite interesting
Also would be interested to dive in more to their meta learning approach
Thank you! Let's do just that!
Total noob here: A thing I want to build could probably be accelerated with Numba's CUDA support but I'd like to develop on the RX580 because I'm broke af. I'm totally new to GPU stuff so I'm not sure what the workflow would look like - do I just devour everything there is for HIP and hope that it'll make sense by the end of the documentation? Also glad this place exists, this is going to be a literal life saver for myself and a lot of others I think.
Glad you're here Daniel. Numba does have ROCm support, so you're in luck
I see Anaconda now. OK this is starting to make sense. <3 ✊
Hi All, just getting started in the automated agriculture space. Based in San Jose and have built a 10x20ft aquaponics greenhouse which I'm working on writing up. Next up adding sensing, lighting, cameras, autofeeding...
going to try auto regulate the temperature and also capture plant data using image processing