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Google Colaboratory : Tool for Deep Learning and Machine Learning Applications


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Google Colaboratory is a cloud based service which is also known as Colab. Google Colab is based on Jupyter Notebook where machine learning and deep learning concepts can be implemented. Google Colab provides free access to Graphical Processing Unit (GPU) which is very much required to disseminate deep learning concepts. This paper presents a tool for performing a deep learning application which is in Google Colaboratory and also discusses the performance of transfer learning model xlm and MobileNetV2 in Google colab. This GPU may help many researchers to carry out their research work with high end infrastructure to implement the concept of machine learning and deep learning concept.

Keywords

Deep Learning, Google Colab, MobileNetV2, Transfer Learning, XlM-Roberta.

Manuscript Received : May 27, 2021 ; Revised : June 28, 2021 ; Accepted : July 12, 2021. Date of Publication : August 5, 2021.

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Authors

Praveen Gujjar J.
Associate Professor, CMS Business School, Jain (Deemed-to-be University), No. 17, Sheshadri Road, Gandhi Nagar, Bengaluru – 560 009, Karnataka, India
Naveen Kumar V.
Associate Professor, CMS Business School, Jain (Deemed-to-be University), No. 17, Sheshadri Road, Gandhi Nagar, Bengaluru – 560 009, Karnataka, India

Abstract


Google Colaboratory is a cloud based service which is also known as Colab. Google Colab is based on Jupyter Notebook where machine learning and deep learning concepts can be implemented. Google Colab provides free access to Graphical Processing Unit (GPU) which is very much required to disseminate deep learning concepts. This paper presents a tool for performing a deep learning application which is in Google Colaboratory and also discusses the performance of transfer learning model xlm and MobileNetV2 in Google colab. This GPU may help many researchers to carry out their research work with high end infrastructure to implement the concept of machine learning and deep learning concept.

Keywords


Deep Learning, Google Colab, MobileNetV2, Transfer Learning, XlM-Roberta.

Manuscript Received : May 27, 2021 ; Revised : June 28, 2021 ; Accepted : July 12, 2021. Date of Publication : August 5, 2021.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17010/ijcs%2F2021%2Fv6%2Fi3-4%2F165408