Teach Yourself Deep Learning with TensorFlow and Udacity
Are you an engineer? data-scientist or machine learning enthusiast?
If you answered YES, you may want to tune into Google’s new course on deep learning. Available through Udacity—home to a host of open online courses—the class is expected to run about three months, assuming participants put in about six hours of work per week.
The course will also introduce us to TensorFlow, Googles open-source deep learning platform. Deep learning, a division of machine learning through which machines detect and classify patterns in data, is the driving force behind Google Photos’ search engine and the company’s speech recognition technology.