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DeepPy
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Overview

DeepPy is a MIT licensed deep learning framework. DeepPy tries to add a touch of zen to deep learning as it

Allows for Pythonic programming based on NumPy’s ndarray.
Has a small and easily extensible codebase.
Runs on CPU or Nvidia GPUs (thanks to CUDArray).
Implements the following network architectures.
Feedforward networks
Convnets
Siamese networks
Autoencoders

What is Watson Visual Recognition?
The IBM Watson™ Visual Recognition service uses deep learning algorithms to analyze images for scenes, objects, faces, and other content.

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DeepPy is ranked 9th in Image Recognition Software while IBM Watson Visual Recognition is ranked 6th in Image Recognition Software. DeepPy is rated 0.0, while IBM Watson Visual Recognition is rated 0.0. On the other hand, DeepPy is most compared with , whereas IBM Watson Visual Recognition is most compared with .

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