Start your Artificial Intelligence (AI) learning journey with this high-level business-centric course by Google alumni & Stanford professor Andrew Ng. Andrew Ng is a world renowned expert in AI having founded Google Brain (Google’s artificial intelligence research arm), Baidu AI (China’s version of Google), DeepLearning.ai, and Coursera (which hosted this course).
Artificial Intelligence has two main categories: AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) and ANI (Artificial Narrow Intelligence). AGI, creatively thinking like a human, is often what’s portrayed in robot movies. As of 2020, we’re not there yet and are pretty far from it. …
Deep dive into AI with edX’s online course by Columbia University of New York. Here are key class take-aways, slides, and my notes along the way.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the study and design of intelligent agents which understand its environment and take action to maximize its chances of success.
AI can be a daunting topic to learn. This class, taught by Columbia University Professor Ansaf Salleb-Aouissi, is a rigorous graduate level course. This is not your best starting point. It’s more of a second or third year endeavor for your AI journey.
Get a crash course into Machine Learning and all of the free tools available through “ML Web Day” hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
CLASS | Summary
Machine Learning is the study of pattern-based statistical models used by computers to perform a specific task. Rather than having explicit instructions, ML models and programs rely on patterns and inference gained from labeled inputs. Machine Learning (ML) is a subset of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
This is a summary of the Amazon Machine Learning Web Day in 2019. I’ve included key take-aways, slides, and my notes along the way.
Learn from Stanford how to engineer a startup from the ground up by focusing on a modern language and consistent operating system.
“Startup Engineering” was one of my favorite online classes. The class was offered in 2014 by Stanford University professors Balaji Srinvasan and Vijay Pande. I definitely recommend it to anyone interested in diving into the startup space. The professors do a wonderful job tying together many different software concepts into one clear story. When you’re first getting started with software, there’s a lot of noise around “programming languages.” …