Securely deploy your Tensorflow JS model via Google App Script

Background Story

I recently wanted to share my new Tensorflow JS model with my colleagues at office to get their feedback. Rather than handing them a folder of HTML and JavaScript files, I wanted to deploy it as an internal static site for a better user experience. There are several hosting services to easily achieve this, but as my model is confidential it should only be accessible by company employees. I didn’t want to spin up an entire server side system to take care of authorization, but instead want to…

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