Machine Learning is one of the most exciting fields in the hi-tech industry, gaining momentum in various applications. Companies are looking for data scientists, data engineers, and ML experts to develop products, features, and projects that will help them unleash the power of machine learning. As a result, a data scientist is one of the top ten wanted jobs worldwide! The "Machine Learning for Absolute Beginners" training program is designed for beginners looking to understand the theoretical side of machine learning and to enter the practical side of data science. The training is divided into multiple levels, and each level is covering a group of related topics for a continuous step by step learning path.
Posted by Josh Gordon, Developer Advocate A new HarvardX TinyML course on edX.orgProf. Vijay Janapa Reddi of Harvard, the TensorFlow Lite Micro team, and the edX online learning platform are sharing a series of short TinyML courses this fall that you can observe for free, or sign up to take and receive a certificate. In this article, I'll share a bit about TinyML, what you can do with it, and the …
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Throughout the rest of my high school, I learned about game development, advanced data structures and algorithms, but not much about AI. The only exposure I had to Machine Learning was this website here, which didn't make a whole lot of sense to me back then. Fast forward, I returned to India and was attending Eastern Public School, finishing up my 12th grade with an International Baccalaureate diploma. I started the Stanford University Machine Learning course taught by Dr. Andrew Ng, http://ml-class.org/. The best part is it does not use any high level libraries to teach the concepts to you, so you have to use MATLAB to answer all the programming assignments.
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AI is finally here and most of us are already actively using it in our day-to-day life. To prepare our future generation to harness these technologies, educators need to understand how they can use AI, use it to facilitate learning and solve real-world problems. The course is aimed at all educators who would like to use AI, irrespective of the topic which they teach. The course assumes no prior knowledge of AI and will start by introducing the basic concepts. It will then illustrate a number of fun exercises which can be used with the students, to help them understand these concepts.
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