One Of The Most Common Misconceptions People Starting Out With Machine Learning Have Is,

You Need An Expensive Laptop With A Good GPU To Train Machine Learning Models.

Lets Break Down This Misconception And Why It Is False👇🧵

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Introducing Google Colab.

Now What Is @GoogleColab?

This Is What Their Documentation Says :

"Colab allows anybody to write and execute arbitrary python code through the browser, and is especially well suited to machine learning, data analysis and education."

In Simple Words,

Google Colab Let's You Write Python Code In the Browser And Executes It On Their Cloud CPU, GPU or TPU.

How Does This Help Us In Any Way?

Google's Cloud Servers Use Several GPUs like Nvidia K80s, T4s, P4s and P100s.

These Are Very Powerful GPUs And Are Worth Thousands Of Dollars, And You Can Access These Right From Your Laptop For Absolutely Free.

Yes, You Heard It Right.

Google Colab Is Absolutely Free, Its Mentioned In Their Documentation.
This Enables You To Train Huge Models On Your 5 year Old Laptop With 4 Gb Ram Without Any Problem.

So What Are You Waiting For, Open Up Your Laptop And Get Writing Your First Neural Network

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