you feel like your current skills are not as useful anymore
you want tobe a prominent part of today's world
you're looking for ways toupgrade yourself and become relevant
but you don't have time for ineffective learning methods
you need a way to guide your efforts and stay in focus
you want to know that you are doing the right things
Deep Learning 101 will teach you all the essentials of deep learning without wasting your time.
By the end of this course, you will be a confident deep learning practitioner, who knows how to set up a deep neural network from scratch, how to train it and how to improve its performance.
This is a start-to-finish guided project course.
As you go through the course, you build a data science project and at the end of the course, you will have a portfolio-worthy project to share with the world, already on your GitHub account, all ready to present!
This course is prepared to act as a guide to aspiring data scientists during the first steps of their journey.
The goal of the course is to help you identify clear goals and stay focused when learning data science. There are three modules in the course:
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It is important to have a good understanding of possible approaches to hyperparameter tuning to be able to efficiently make the correct decisions when it comes to tuning your network. Let’s take a quick look into why this is an issue, to begin with, and review the current techniques out there that you can use on your projects.Read more
If you ever ventured into the world of Deep Learning, you might have gotten stuck where many other people do: Which technology do I use? We have quite a few options of deep learning APIs but not all are suitable for first-time users. Let’s look into them one by one and decide on which one to use.Read more
Bias and variance are some of the trickiest concepts to get a solid understanding of. It was explained to me a bunch of times and every single time after a couple of weeks I found myself thinking “Which one was which again?” So today, I’m on a mission to explain it to you in a practical way in hopes that this might be the last time you might need someone to explain it to you!Read more
By now you have probably heard this explanation: ML algorithms learn like humans. You give it examples and it recognizes and remembers the patterns in them. You need to give it a lot of examples, though, so that it can learn accurately. Okay, that’s clear. But HOW does it learn?Read more
It is pretty much a stereotype that data scientists can’t write clean and understandable code. This doesn't have to be the case for you. By learning a few principles of how to write code properly, you can use the stereotype to your advantage and set yourself apart from the competition.Read more
When changing careers into data science, if you have years of work experience, it's only fair to expect a higher position than junior data scientist. In order to achieve it, you need to approach your job hunt differently than newly grads. Here are some tips for signalling to your future employer that you will bring value.Read more