Could you please help me identify what my be the problem with my code?
As a result, I’m getting the loss as a ‘tensor with the constant right value’ instead of the expected constant value as shown bellow. No error message is raised. I’ve tried to turn the tensor into a constant by evaluating it (like this: loss.eval() ), but ending up with an error.
Why do you believe that it’s a problem that your loss value ends up as a tensor? Is any error thrown because of that? Mine is also a tensor and it was accepted by the tests in the notebook and the grader.
Here’s another recent thread on the same topic.
Thank you for replying. There is no error thrown because it was a tensor, I was just trying to compare the output (including the type and the shape) to the expected output of the test cell.
I also followed the link you shared and noticed that my concern was completely discussed there.