An Introduction to Deep Learning for Executives

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Deep learning has been the sexiest term in machine learning. For business leaders accustomed to taking a “deep dive” on an issue, or imagining a marine explorer surveying the ocean’s depths, the term deep learning implies that it is the best, most advanced technique available.

Moreover, deep learning involves the creation of “neural networks.” Separate from its actual meaning, the…

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Practical insights for executives, managers, and project managers eager to deploy machine learning inside their company.

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Robbie Allen

Robbie Allen

Now: Co-Founder Startomatic.com Previously: Co-Founder InfiniaML.com, Founder AutomatedInsights.com

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