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Gradient° vs NanoNets: What are the differences?

Developers describe Gradient° as "Deep learning platform built for developers". Gradient° is a suite of tools for exploring data and training neural networks. Gradient° includes 1-click Jupyter notebooks, a powerful job runner, and a python module to run any code on a fully managed GPU cluster in the cloud. Gradient is also rolling out full support for Google's new TPUv2 accelerator to power even more newer workflows. On the other hand, NanoNets is detailed as "Machine learning API with less data". Build a custom machine learning model without expertise or large amount of data. Just go to nanonets, upload images, wait for few minutes and integrate nanonets API to your application.

Gradient° and NanoNets belong to "Machine Learning as a Service" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by Gradient° are:

  • 1-click Jupyter notebooks
  • a powerful job runner
  • Python module to run any code on a fully managed GPU cluster in the cloud

On the other hand, NanoNets provides the following key features:

  • Image categorization API with less than 30 images per category
  • Custom object localization API
  • Text deduplication API
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What is Gradient°?

Gradient° is a suite of tools for exploring data and training neural networks. Gradient° includes 1-click Jupyter notebooks, a powerful job runner, and a python module to run any code on a fully managed GPU cluster in the cloud. Gradient is also rolling out full support for Google's new TPUv2 accelerator to power even more newer workflows.

What is NanoNets?

Build a custom machine learning model without expertise or large amount of data. Just go to nanonets, upload images, wait for few minutes and integrate nanonets API to your application.
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          What are some alternatives to Gradient° and NanoNets?
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          Amazon Elastic Inference allows you to attach low-cost GPU-powered acceleration to Amazon EC2 and Amazon SageMaker instances to reduce the cost of running deep learning inference by up to 75%. Amazon Elastic Inference supports TensorFlow, Apache MXNet, and ONNX models, with more frameworks coming soon.
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