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Backpropagation explained | Part 4 - Calculating the gradient

March 6, 2018 by


We’re now on number 4 in our journey through understanding backpropagation. In our last video, we focused on how we can mathematically express certain facts about the training process. Now we’re going to be using these expressions to help us differentiate the loss of the neural network with respect to the weights. Recall from our video that covered the intuition for backpropagation, that, for stochastic gradient descent to update the weights of the network, it first needs to calculate the gradient of the loss with respect to these weights. And calculating this gradient, is exactly what we’ll be focusing on in this video. We’re first going to start out by checking out the equation that backprop uses to differentiate the loss with respect to weights in the network. We’ll see that this equation is made up of multiple terms, so next we’ll break down and focus on each of these terms individually. Lastly, we’ll take the results from each term and combine them to obtain the final result, which will be the gradient of the loss function. 💥🦎 DEEPLIZARD COMMUNITY RESOURCES 🦎💥 👀 OUR VLOG: 🔗 👉 Check out the blog post and other resources for this video: 🔗 💻 DOWNLOAD ACCESS TO CODE FILES 🤖 Available for members of the deeplizard hivemind: 🔗 🧠 Support collective intelligence, join the deeplizard hivemind: 🔗 🤜 Support collective intelligence, create a quiz question for this video: 🔗 🚀 Boost collective intelligence by sharing this video on social media! ❤️🦎 Special thanks to the following polymaths of the deeplizard hivemind: yasser Prash 👀 Follow deeplizard: Our vlog: Twitter: Facebook: Patreon: YouTube: Instagram: 🎓 Other deeplizard courses: Reinforcement Learning - NN Programming - DL Fundamentals - Keras - TensorFlow.js - Data Science - Trading - 🛒 Check out products deeplizard recommends on Amazon: 🔗 📕 Get a FREE 30-day Audible trial and 2 FREE audio books using deeplizard’s link: 🔗 🎵 deeplizard uses music by Kevin MacLeod 🔗 🔗 ❤️ Please use the knowledge gained from deeplizard content for good, not evil.