### Neural Network in Python with CUDA

My colleague Hannes uploaded a simple Multi Layer Perceptron as a demo for our CUV library.

It is written entirely in Python and classifies the MNIST dataset of handwritten digits. He also wrote a blog post explaining the design and use in detail.

The code is very easy to understand and to expand.

But it is very fast - of course, using CUDA - and can serve as the basis for many experiments.

There are also convolution routines in the library and its even possible to extend the network to a convolutional neural network entirely in Python and on the GPU.

It is written entirely in Python and classifies the MNIST dataset of handwritten digits. He also wrote a blog post explaining the design and use in detail.

The code is very easy to understand and to expand.

But it is very fast - of course, using CUDA - and can serve as the basis for many experiments.

There are also convolution routines in the library and its even possible to extend the network to a convolutional neural network entirely in Python and on the GPU.

Very cool. I can't wait to give this API a try.

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