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Machine Learning Army Camp (Free Online 6 Months Training Program)


On 1st of August 2017, we will start a free online training program for Machine Learning, called Machine Learning Army Camp. We will integrate the knowledge from 20 books into a single big knowledge network, and you will get to see how it will grow over time. In ML Army Camp we will build one big network specifically for Machine Learning. Short info about me: Machine Learning is my primary interest in life, and in my book called "Machine Learning God" I explain why I chose Machine Learning, and then of course I continue with technical treatment of the subject matter.

Getting Really Smart About Artificial Intelligence


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.

Why Robots Should Inspire Hope, Not Fear


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.

The Top Data Science Courses at Udemy


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.

Learning Machine Learning


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.

Machine Learning Education: 3 Paths to Get Started


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.

This Week in Machine Learning, 10 July 2017 – Udacity Inc – Medium


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.

Andrew Ng: Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) and the Future of Humanity


Work, job, play, privacy, communication, finance, war, and dating: algorithms and the machines that run them have upended them all. Will artificial intelligence become as ubiquitous as electricity? How can the global population adjust to the changes ushered in by artificial intelligence and its capabilities? Speaker: Andrew Ng Andrew Yan-Tak Ng (Chinese: 吳恩達; born 1976) is a Chinese American computer scientist.

Rethinking #Education ...Andrew Ng: Artificial Intelligence is the New Electricity. @AndrewYNg #AI #MachineLearning


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.

Viewpoint: Artificial Intelligence Comes to HR as a Conversation


While I was skeptical about this approach at first, I have seen the way conversational HR systems can work, and they are amazingly useful and transformational to our businesses. In 2012, we were sending an estimated 6 billion text messages per day, according to Forrester Research. For example, SuccessFactors launched a product called Conversational HR, and I expect many more companies to follow suit. He is a published author on the Forbes website; is a LinkedIn Influencer; has been quoted by Bloomberg, NPR and The Wall Street Journal; and speaks at industry conferences and to corporate HR departments around the world.