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What did you do or you plan on making...inspire us (or just me) please?

 
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There is no shortage of projects/products out that which may use a wide variety of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning tools.

So what did you make and which library or tool did you use?

I'm not looking to make this an advertising type post, I'm interesting in seeing what people are doing and which tools they are using.

Maybe you will end up inspiring someone else (me?) who may use that same tool/library to solve a completely different problem.

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I "returned" to study artificial intelligence recently; my Computer Science degree thesis work was about Bayesian Networks and Genetic Algorithms. I used Weka library and an open source library developed at MIT (sorry, i don't remember its name).
But it was a life ago :-)
Now I'm refreshing my AI knowledge studying Deep Learning. Quite a buzzword I have to admit, but still really interesting. I think I'll try with numeral recognition.
I'd love to write my own simple framework to accomplish this, and honestly I don't know if I will use Java or not.
 
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