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Machine Learning Yearning

September 18th, 2018 | Resources

Machine Learning Yearning, a free book that Dr. Andrew Ng is currently writing, teaches you how to structure Machine Learning projects.

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Heroes of Deep Learning: Ian Goodfellow

September 14th, 2018 | Community

  “One way that you could get a lot of attention is to write good code and put it on Github. If you have an interesting project that solves a problem that someone working at...

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Heroes of Deep Learning: Geoffrey Hinton

August 25th, 2018 | Community

“Read enough to develop your intuitions, then trust your intuitions.” Geoffrey Hinton is known by many to be the godfather of deep learning. Aside from his seminal 1986 paper on backpropagation, Hinton has invented several...

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Heroes of Deep Learning: Yann LeCun

April 4th, 2018 | Community

  “If you want to get into [AI], make yourself useful. So make a contribution to an open-source project for example, or make an implementation of some standard algorithm that you couldn’t find the code...

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Heroes of Deep Learning: Yoshua Bengio

August 25th, 2017 | Community

  “Don’t be afraid of the math. Just develop the intuitions and then the math becomes easier to understand once you get the hang of what’s going on at the intuitive level.” Along with Geoffrey...

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Heroes of Deep Learning: Pieter Abbeel

August 25th, 2017 | Community

  “Make sure you try things yourself. So not just reading things or watching videos but try things out with frameworks like TensorFlow, Chainer, Theano, Pytorch, and so forth.” Deep Reinforcement Learning is one of...

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Heroes of Deep Learning: Yuanqing Lin

August 25th, 2017 | Community

  “When I started studying deep learning, there weren’t many open-source resources. I think now in AI, and especially deep learning, there is a very good community and good deep learning frameworks to start with.”...

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Heroes of Deep Learning: Andrej Karpathy

August 25th, 2017 | Community

“It’s really important to not abstract away things. You need to have a full understanding of the whole stack.” Andrej Karpathy was first exposed to AI as a student in Geoffrey Hinton’s class at the...

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