Practical Deep Learning for Coders (Review)

Jason Brownlee, Machine Learning Mastery, Jan 16, 2019
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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I haven't taken this course, but this review is quite positive, and I want to keep the link around for future reference. Deep learning (a type of artificial intelligence) " is often taught in a bottom-up manner, requiring that you first get familiar with linear algebra, calculus, and mathematical optimization before eventually learning the neural network techniques," writes Jason Brownlee. "Instead, a top-down approach can be used where first you learn how to get results with deep learning models on real-world problems and later learn more about how the methods work." That's certainly my preferred style of learning, which is why I want to keep this link handy. Image: Fraser Mummery,

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