Generative Art and Design with TensorFlow


This talk provides an introduction of how AI can be used to assist and inspire the artists and designers in their creative space. You will learn about how to use advanced features of TensorFlow 2.x, Keras and TensorFlow Lite to train and deploy models to applications. This talk is for data scientists and ML engineers who are interested in applying deep learning models to create generative art & design.

Topics covered:
Generative art and design
TensorFlow 2.x and Keras
TensorFlow Lite and on-device ML


Margaret is an ML research engineer working on applying AI/ML to real-world applications from climate change to art and design. She writes and speaks at conferences about deep learning, computer vision, TensorFlow and on-device ML. She leads Google Developer Group (GDG) Seattle and Seattle Data/Analytics/Machine Learning. She is recognized for her expertise as a Google Developer Expert (GDE) for ML. She is also an avid artist who creates traditional, digital, and AI art - check out her artwork at

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