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Machine Learning in a Year

From being a total ml noob to start using it at work

Per Harald Borgen
Sep 11, 2016 · 7 min read

The truth is you don’t need much maths to get started with machine learning, and you don’t need a degree to use it professionally.


First intro: Hacker News and Udacity

Failing Coursera’s ML Course

Learning a new language while also trying to code ml algorithms is too hard for a newbie.

Machine Learning in a Week

Failing neural networks

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Testing out Kaggle Contests

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Kaggle is a fun way to experiment with datasets and get feedback on your performance.

Setting up a learning routine at work

Udacity’s Deep Learning

Stanford — Deep Learning for NLP

Boosting Sales at Xeneta


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