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Comments: Gmail Smart Compose in Keras and Tensorflow.js #40

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jiayihu opened this issue Jun 2, 2020 · 4 comments
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Comments: Gmail Smart Compose in Keras and Tensorflow.js #40

jiayihu opened this issue Jun 2, 2020 · 4 comments
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@jiayihu jiayihu commented Jun 2, 2020

This issue is reserved for comments to Gmail Smart Compose in Keras and Tensorflow.js. Leave a comment below and it will be shown in the blog page.

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@federico-terzi federico-terzi commented Jun 14, 2020

A really interesting and well-written article @jiayihu, it was a very nice read!

PS. I was also very surprised when I saw you are based in Italy :)

Keep up the great work

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@jiayihu jiayihu commented Jun 14, 2020

Thanks, you have awesome projects too and we're both studying at the master degree :)

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@federico-terzi federico-terzi commented Jun 15, 2020

@jiayihu Thank you :)

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@StarWang StarWang commented Feb 11, 2021

Hi @jiayihu , Thanks for the great post.

I have a question related to this: do you use the same RNN cell for both encoder and decoder or do you use different cells that their weights are not shared? I tried to use the same cell in TF Keras and it threw errors when I tried to use the same cell for both encoder and decoder :(

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