Free Machine Learning Course by Google

Kanan Rahimov
Dec 26, 2018 · 1 min read
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Hello everyone! In this post I want to talk about free machine learning course by Google. If you follow tech news you probably already know about it.

It is called Machine Learning Crash Course (with TensorFlow API) and includes:

  • 40+ exercises
  • 25 lessons
  • 15 hours duration
  • Lectures from Google researches

There is also prerequisites for the course:

  • Mastery of intro-level algebra
  • Proficiency in programming basics, and some experience coding in Python


ML Concepts

  • Introduction
  • Framing
  • Descending into ML
  • Reducing Loss
  • First Steps with TF
  • Generalization
  • Training and Test Sets
  • Validation
  • Representation
  • Feature Crosses
  • Regularization: Simplicity
  • Logistic Regression
  • Classification
  • Regularization: Sparsity
  • Introduction to Neural Nets
  • Training Neural Nets
  • Multi-Class Neural Nets
  • Embeddings

ML Engineering

  • Production ML Systems
  • Static vs. Dynamic Training
  • Static vs. Dynamic Inference

ML Real World Examples

  • Cancer Prediction
  • 18th Century Literature
  • Real-World Guidelines

Link to the crash course:

Origin post and FAQ you can read from Google Developers Blog’s post:

By the way. You can check other AI & ML related courses from Google visiting this link:

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