5 Famous Deep Learning Courses/Schools of 2019
Deep Learning is/has become the hottest skill in Data Science at the moment. There is a plethora of articles, courses, technologies, influencers and resources that we can leverage to gain the Deep Learning skills.
Deep Learning is/has become the hottest skill in Data Science at the moment. There is a plethora of articles, courses, technologies, influencers and resources that we can leverage to gain the Deep Learning skills. Deep Learning is not just one thing though! There are so many applications that one cannot simply learn all in a short span of time (maybe some can but having learnt it is not the same as being skilled in it).
This list will comprise of resources / courses that are the most famous right now.
1. Deeplearning.ai on Coursera
This course is taught by none other than Andrew Ng. He is by far one of the most prolific figures in Machine Learning / Deep Learning / AI in today's world. His courses and teaching style have convinced millions to look up to him. They have 3 different specializations in Deep Learning, Tensorflow and AI for Everyone. AI for Everyone is a non-technical course for the people in the organization without a technical background so that they may also identify opportunities within their organization where AI can be applied.
2. Hands-on artificial intelligence by IBM on edX
Everyone in technology knows IBM. They are one of the original innovators in technology. There discoveries have gone on to change the lives of consumers. Arguably their greatest invention was SQL. That is right! One of the most widely used technologies in the world for data science was initially developed at IBM. They now make their name by being a major cloud provider.
3. Udacity Scool of AI
Udacity offers a range of courses and pathways to develop a range of skills in Machine Learning / Deep Learning / AI. Some courses are free as well. Udacity is known for a great focus on a range of technology related jobs and skills. In addition to Data Science and AI, they also have courses for Web Development, Mobile Development, Software Development etc. This seems to be a good resource to gain complementary skills in other areas of technology as well.
4. MIT Deep Learning
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is one of the most famous schools of technology for people interested in the STEM. So many great innovators (including Nobel Laureates) have graced the halls of MIT. The site gives you video tutorials, code etc for you to continue learning and hopefully develop your own solutions as well.
5. Microsoft AI Scool
Microsoft also offers a School of AI including a Business AI program as well for business leaders that want to learn how to leverage and make the best of it in your organization. It offers pathways in Machine Learning, Autonomous Systems etc.
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