Deep learning is a computer technique to extract and transform data–-with use cases ranging from human speech recognition to animal imagery classification–-by using multiple layers of neural networks. A lot of people assume that you need all kinds of hard-to-find stuff to get great results with deep learning, but as you’ll see in this Practical Deep Learning for Coders Course, those people are wrong.
Practical Deep Learning for Coders Course
To watch the videos, click on the Lessons section in the navigation sidebar. The lessons all have searchable transcripts; click “Transcript Search” in the top right panel to search for a word or phrase, and then click it to jump straight to video at the time that appears in the transcript. The videos are all captioned and also translated into Chinese (简体中文) and Spanish; while watching the video click the “CC” button to turn them on and off, and the setting button to change the language.
Each video covers a chapter from the book. The entirety of every chapter of the book is available as an interactive Jupyter Notebook. Jupyter Notebook is the most popular tool for doing data science in Python, for good reason. It is powerful, flexible, and easy to use. We think you will love it! Since the most important thing for learning deep learning is writing code and experimenting, it’s important that you have a great platform for experimenting with code.