Chances are, you've already encountered artificial intelligence today. Did your email spam filter keep junk out of your inbox? We constantly hear that we're on the verge of an AI revolution, but the technology is already everywhere. And Coursera co-founder Andrew Ng predicts that smart technology will help humans do even more.
But it raises huge questions for companies and workers who face the challenges – and opportunities – of digital disruption. Just look at WoWooHR, a Chinese company that started offering social insurance management through an online HR platform – and serves enterprises with a highly efficient and high quality "Internet-Plus" HR Service. Using mobile online technology, big data management and cloud platforms, WoWooHR aims to provide any employee, in any company in even the remotest corners of China, with professional, efficient and high quality HR services. Of course, the opportunities provided by digital sustainability go much further.
About this course: This 1-week accelerated on-demand course introduces participants to the Big Data and Machine Learning capabilities of Google Cloud Platform (GCP). It provides a quick overview of the Google Cloud Platform and a deeper dive of the data processing capabilities. At the end of this course, participants will be able to: • Identify the purpose and value of the key Big Data and Machine Learning products in the Google Cloud Platform • Use CloudSQL and Cloud Dataproc to migrate existing MySQL and Hadoop/Pig/Spark/Hive workloads to Google Cloud Platform • Employ BigQuery and Cloud Datalab to carry out interactive data analysis • Choose between Cloud SQL, BigTable and Datastore • Train and use a neural network using TensorFlow • Choose between different data processing products on the Google Cloud Platform Before enrolling in this course, participants should have roughly one (1) year of experience with one or more of the following: • A common query language such as SQL • Extract, transform, load activities • Data modeling • Machine learning and/or statistics • Programming in Python Google Account Notes: • You'll need a Google/Gmail account and a credit card or bank account to sign up for the Google Cloud Platform free trial (Google is currently blocked in China).
There's no doubt about it - Data Science is big news right now. We decided to share this resource with you, and so here are Udemy's top selling courses. These are the courses that are in Udemy's top selling list over the past 90 days, but also mostly make the list in every update. These are the new courses (only a couple of months old) that have made it into Udemy's top selling list of the past 90 days.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are a good starting point, with a lot to offer. The article entitled "Top Machine Learning MOOCs and Online Lectures: A Comprehensive Survey" lists a number of good resources. For example, the MXNet website lists a number of data set sources for CNNs and RNNs. Intel's Python-based Neon framework from Nervana, now an Intel company, supports platforms like Apache Spark, TensorFlow, Caffe, and Theano.
Udemy offers a beginner's course in machine learning called "Machine Learning A-Z: Hands-On Python and R in Data Science." While it may not be suitable for beginners, Coursera's machine learning class taught by renowned data scientists Andrew Ng is regarded as one of the top machine learning classes around. Josh Gordon's "Machine Learning Recipes" video series offers a good introduction to machine learning. Andrew Ng's Stanford lectures on machine learning remain some of the most-viewed YouTube videos on the topic of machine learning; his first CS-229 lecture from way back in 2008 has more than 1.5 million views.
Machine Learning is one of the most exciting fields in the world. That's why we created This Week in Machine Learning! Each week we publish a curated list of Machine Learning stories as a resource to help you keep pace with all these exciting developments. As machine learning starts to play an increasingly large role in scientific research, new efforts spring up around "AI neuroscience" to explain the systems' reasoning.
While humans make the final hiring decisions, applicants can go through as many as three "interviews" before ever meeting a human from Unilever's HR department. We expect the trend toward increasingly dynamic, adaptive technology to continue until adaptive learning advances from hard-coded instructions and human-generated variables into authentic AI-driven learning. Today, machine-learning algorithms can analyze this data to predict learner outcomes and identify risks before they become problems. Bottom line: AI and machine learning are already affecting hiring decisions and learner outcomes in big and impacting ways, and their effects on the HR and training industries will only continue to grow as the technologies themselves advance.
Andrew Ng Hoy traemos a este espacio esta conferencia On Wednesday, January 25, 2017, Baidu chief scientist, Coursera co-founder, and Stanford adjunct professor Andrew Ng spoke at the Stanford MSx Future Forum. During his talk, Professor Ng discussed how artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming industry after industry. On Wednesday, January 25, 2017, Baidu chief scientist, Coursera co-founder, and Stanford adjunct professor Andrew Ng spoke at the Stanford MSx Future Forum. During his talk, Professor Ng discussed how artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming industry after industry.
"We have significant usage today, and it's accelerating," says Jeff Dean, who led TensorFlow's design and heads Google's core artificial- intelligence research group. Inside Google, TensorFlow powers products such as the Google Translate mobile app, which can translate a foreign menu in front of your eyes when you point your phone at it. He originally built his startup Matroid, which helps companies create image recognition software, around a competing tool called Caffe, but he dumped it after trying TensorFlow. Since Google released TensorFlow, its competitors in cloud computing, Microsoft and Amazon, have released or started supporting their own free software tools to help coders build machine-learning systems.