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Men Are Better At Maps Until Women Take This Course - Issue 54: The Unspoken

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Sheryl Sorby, a professor of engineering education at Ohio State University, was used to getting A's. For as long as she could remember, she found academics a breeze. She excelled in math and science in particular, but "I never thought there was a subject I couldn't do," she says matter-of-factly. So when she started engineering school, she was surprised to struggle in a course most of her counterparts considered easy: Engineering graphics. It's a first-year course that sounds a bit like a glorified drawing class to a non-engineer.


Machine Learning with TensorFlow for Business Intelligence

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The best job to have in 2017 according to Glassdoor? The #1 skill you need to start a career in Data Science? So, if you are interested in a career in data science, algorithmic trading, robotics, or any industry where human labor is getting replaced by machines, you have come to the right place! We have prepared an amazing course not only to get you acquainted with, but help you understand how deep machine learning works! Worried you have no experience?


Learn AI - Artificial Intelligence Course Udacity

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology is increasingly prevalent in our everyday lives. It has uses in a variety of industries from gaming, journalism/media, to finance, as well as in the state-of-the-art research fields from robotics, medical diagnosis, and quantum science. In this course you'll learn the basics and applications of AI, including: machine learning, probabilistic reasoning, robotics, computer vision, and natural language processing.


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It isn't just the tech entrepreneurs and Hollywood directors who dream about the role that artificial intelligence can play, or will play, in everyday human life--educators have begun to join them. However, those dreams aren't always pleasant and may, in fact, sometimes turn into nightmares. If computer systems are able to perform tasks that humans have performed for thousands of years, will it render teachers and administrators a thing of the past? Or is artificial intelligence the secret to freeing up educators' time for other, non-routine tasks, like mentoring and spending more one-on-one time with students? To find out, I went straight to the source--eight educators, including superintendents, coaches and teachers--to find out whether AI tickles their fancy or scares them straight.


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Recently I completed the Data Engineering on Google Cloud Platform Specialization (link here) through Coursera, here is my review. Only problem was a couple of issues in the final labs of the course. You can take each module out of order or complete sequentially. Its up to you, I'd recommend to keep it sequential at least roughly. I went from 1 to 3 then went back to 2, 4 and then 5. The courses are hosted by Valliappa Lakshmanan from Google.


17 Best Artificial Intelligence Courses To Standout in The Future JA Directives

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the most booming topics in every industry. Based on the demand, Artificial Intelligence Courses are offered by a number of massive open online courses (MOOCs) providers like Udemy, Coursera, and edX. Some of this popular MOOC providers offer some in-depth artificial intelligence programs. Majority of these artificial intelligence tutorials are often taught by industry top AI researchers or experts. However, these courses are cheaper compared to the university courses.


Educators on Artificial Intelligence: Here's the One Thing It Can't Do Well - EdSurge News

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It isn't just the tech entrepreneurs and Hollywood directors who dream about the role that artificial intelligence can play, or will play, in everyday human life--educators have begin to join them. However, those dreams aren't always pleasant and may, in fact, sometimes turn into nightmares. If computer systems are able to perform tasks that humans have performed for thousands of years, will it render teachers and administrators a thing of the past? Or is artificial intelligence the secret to freeing up educators' time for other, non-routine tasks, like mentoring and spending more one-on-one time with students? To find out, I went straight to the source--eight educators, including superintendents, coaches and teachers--to find out whether AI tickles their fancy or scares them straight.


The Top Data Science Courses at Udemy

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There's no doubt about it - Data Science is big news right now. We see it on the news every day, the increasing number of news stories about Big Data, the Internet of Things, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, smart cars, smart cities, smart politicians. OK, maybe I went a bit too far with that last one... There's also a great appetite for learning about Data Science too. Every month I get an email from Udemy telling me which courses are their best sellers. The list isn't about Data Science, but there are always plenty of Data Science courses right up there at the top of the list.