Friday, October 13, 2017

Coursera Announces Deep Learning Machine Learning by Andrew Ng new timeline

After releasing Course 1 of the Deep Learning specialization on Coursera, Andrew Ng's team is working on releasing the next few courses: Course 2, 3, 4 Convolutional Neural Network (Late October) and 5. Sequence Models (Late November). Course 1-3 are available right now on Coursera.

  • Course 1 Neural Networks and Deep Learning
  • Course 2 Improving Deep Neural Networks: Hyperparameter Tuning, Regularization, Optimization
  • Course 3 Structuring Machine Learning Projects
  • Course 4 Convolutional Neural Networks
  • Course 5 Sequence Models
For those new to the realm of Machine Learning, you will need CNN to do machine learning work on images. Sequence models are used for Natural Langue Processing and Audio models, pretty advanced.

My personal experience with the series so far: knowledgeable, info packed, still Andrew Ng talking one man team one man class, great sequel to his Machine Learning course, and the Udacity Machine Learning Engineering Nanodegree, but definitely need some background on ML techniques and NN. 

Ask me about this course, ask me about the Udacity machine learning engineering nanodegree. I have quite some in-depth experience with the two.

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