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This course gives you an overview of Computer Vision, Machine Learning with AWS. In this course, you will learn how to build and train a computer vision model using the Apache MXNet and GluonCV toolkit. This course tells you about AWS services and frameworks including Amazon Rekognition, Amazon SageMaker, Amazon SageMaker GroundTruth, and Amazon SageMaker Neo, AWS Deep Learning AMIs via Amazon EC2, AWS Deep Learning Containers, and Apache MXNet on AWS. In the final project, you have to select the appropriate pre-trained GluonCV model, apply that model to your dataset, and visualize the output of your GluonCV model. Now, let's see the syllabus of the course-
The Western New England University (WNEU) College of Engineering has announced a new graduate engineering certificate in artificial intelligence (AI). Applications are currently being accepted for the coming fall. Focusing on the theoretical foundation and practical application of AI and taught by expert WNEU faculty mentors, this certificate consists of four three-credit graduate courses: "Applied Fuzzy Logic," "Machine Learning Concepts," "Machine Learning Applications," and "Applied Neural Networks." Each course offered in a hybrid format, providing students the flexibility to participate either fully online, fully in class, or any combination of the two. The 12 course credits earned in this certificate can be transferred to the master of science in electrical engineering degree.
Machine learning is a subfield of computer science where machines are trained to make decisions with the help of data provided without any human interference. For example, if we could teach a computer to tell if a person is lying about something, then the computer might be using machine learning as software. There are huge applications of machine learning such as Face recognition, image classification, stock market prediction, Emotion detection, self-driving cars, etc. More details about all these are covered in the training course videos. Machine learning uses knowledge from mathematics, statistics, computer science, and programming to build and deploy algorithms that can do one of those tasks mentioned above.
Deep neural networks have demonstrated their capability to learn control policies for a variety of tasks. However, these neural network-based policies have been shown to be susceptible to exploitation by adversarial agents. Therefore, there is a need to develop techniques to learn control policies that are robust against adversaries. We introduce Adversarially Robust Control (ARC), which trains the protagonist policy and the adversarial policy end-to-end on the same loss. The aim of the protagonist is to maximise this loss, whilst the adversary is attempting to minimise it. We demonstrate the proposed ARC training in a highway driving scenario, where the protagonist controls the follower vehicle whilst the adversary controls the lead vehicle. By training the protagonist against an ensemble of adversaries, it learns a significantly more robust control policy, which generalises to a variety of adversarial strategies. The approach is shown to reduce the amount of collisions against new adversaries by up to 90.25%, compared to the original policy. Moreover, by utilising an auxiliary distillation loss, we show that the fine-tuned control policy shows no drop in performance across its original training distribution.
My strategy in this article is to equip you with the basic steps that go into building a neural network in order to solve a task we are interested in. Rest assured, there will be no mathematics involved!!! Deep Learning technique requires us to train a Neural Network which is an algorithm that learns from data (usually more the data, better the learning). The principle is to provide lots of labelled data. Hey! wait a minute, i will explain what labelled data means, but let me first familiarise with the analogy that we are going to use in order to debunk the working of Neural Networks. Here, we will consider the scenario of a math class in school. I know math is not very exciting for most of the people, that's why i selected the math class to make math more interesting.
If you are not living under a rock, then you might've heard of artificial intelligence quite often in the past two decades. Although artificial intelligence is not a new thing, its implications have strongly influenced various sectors in the past couple of years, drawing more attention to the tech radar. Today, starting from virtual assistants to self-driving cars, everything is entrenched by artificial intelligence. If you are looking for a long future in technology, then you should take up AI and ML courses to shape your career. Artificial intelligence and machine learning courses pave the way to keep your goals high as a developer and help you get the highest paying jobs.
If you're ready to take on a brand new challenge, and learn about AI techniques that you've never seen before in traditional supervised machine learning, unsupervised machine learning, or even deep learning, then this course is for you. Moreover, the course is packed with practical exercises that are based on real-life examples. So not only will you learn the theory, but you will also get some hands-on practice building your own models. There are five big projects on healthcare problems and one small project to practice.
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On March 18, 2018, at around 10 p.m., Elaine Herzberg was wheeling her bicycle across a street in Tempe, Arizona, when she was struck and killed by a self-driving car. Although there was a human operator behind the wheel, an autonomous system--artificial intelligence--was in full control. This incident, like others involving interactions between people and AI technologies, raises a host of ethical and proto-legal questions. What moral obligations did the system's programmers have to prevent their creation from taking a human life? And who was responsible for Herzberg's death? "Artificial intelligence" refers to systems that can be designed to take cues from their environment and, based on those inputs, proceed to solve problems, assess risks, make predictions, and take actions. In the era predating powerful computers and big data, such systems were programmed by humans and followed rules of human invention, but advances in technology have led to the development of new approaches.