Deep Learning A-Z™
Hands-On Artificial Neural Networks

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Learn to create Deep Learning Algorithms in Python from two Machine Learning & Data Science experts

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r/learnmachinelearning • comment
1 points • vaibhavsatpathy

In my experience, once you are in the real world, it's always your intuitive understanding that helps you go the distance.

How swiftly can your brain solutionize for the most optimised model for the given problem statement.

To get the fundamentals right and have hands on as well, I would recommen checking out a Udemy Course - Deep learning A-z

As for if you are looking for more implementations and quick and crisp explanations to help you kickstart your career or your knowledge base check out this website - Chronicles of AI

r/cscareerquestions • comment
1 points • kushtoma451

Try not to stress too much, just absorb everything you can in your internship. There are a few discount courses online to help you learn skills. I wouldn't expect to know everything there is to know from such courses but maybe you'll have some use with them. I'll link them below.

Just follow your mentors guidance. Study material, get that presentation ready and continue on being an active learner.

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r/ArtificialInteligence • comment
1 points • bedok77

If you're looking for online courses you can try the udemy ones.. I went through these when i was a beginner. and ). Then I did the Google Tensorflow course on coursera and the linked kaggle NYC taxi fare prediction challenge. The udemy one covers a wide range of topics from statistics, machine learning and AI but its basic, for desktop modelling, not production scale. The tensorflow course is more narrow on just linear, non-linear models and fully connected neural networks , but prepares you for production scale coding.

r/ArtificialInteligence • comment
1 points • jolasman

Hi, I recommend getting some course from Coursera or from Udemy. I attended two courses on Udemy that explain the basic concepts of AI and give you a good background to start developing your skills by putting your hands dirty by coding.

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r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • Manavendra4288

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r/datascience • comment
1 points • djent_illini


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