Recurrent Neural Networks

Understanding RNN, Deeper RNN, Bidirectional RNN, and RNN Encoder-Decoder (Sequence-to-sequence, aka seq2seq)

RNNs (recurrent neural networks) handle sequential data where the order of sequence matters. For example, RNNs deal with time-series data, languages (sequence of words), and so forth.

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