Bolot Kerimbaev

Importing Models into CoreML

Bolot Kerimbaev | May 06, 2018

How do I import a trained model into CoreML?

Apple released Core ML framework at WWDC 2017, which allowed developers to integrate machine learning into their iOS applications. In this screencast, we’ll show you how to import Keras image classification models into CoreML.

Basic knowledge or experience building iOS applications is recommended.

For the More Curious...

Apple Developer - Core ML
Keras Documentation
BNR Guide to iOS
BNR Guide to Swift
iOS & Swift Courses

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