Osiyo. Dohiju? Hey, welcome back.
I ran into issues with sklearn throwing an error saying it couldn’t use it and there might be a circular import or something like that.
The fix was simple. I changed my registry like the tensorflow post has. Then I ran
pip3 uninstall sklearn
pip3 uninstall scikit-learn
pip3 uninstall scipy
I restarted power shell and then ran pip3 install sklearn and everything installed. It does have an incompatibility error “tensorflow-cpu 2.3.0 requires scipy==1.4.1, but you’ll have scipy 1.5.2 which is incompatible.” so I’ll have to look into that. However this fixed my issue and I was able to run my *NN learning model.
Until next time. Dodadagohvi.