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Stories like this one are quite popular these days.

The idea of training a neural net to do something silly like this may sound trivial to experts like you, but for a novice like me it could be an interesting learning experience.

Is there novice-friendly software I could play with to train a neural net to do something like this or is there necessarily a steep learning curve?

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    – razvanc92
    Jun 4, 2019 at 10:59

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An intuitive NN playground can be found in TensorFlow Playground

Also, check the Google ML crash course for coders as they promised to add more practicals.

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keras is probably the highest level and easiest to go into. Here are some keras tutorials

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