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Andrea Lim
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18/09/2018 7:01 pm  

What do you want to see more of from deeplearning.ai? What are you favorite parts about the deeplearning.ai experience? Your least favorite parts?

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kevfer
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28/09/2018 1:26 pm  

HI Andrea. Quick question. I want to go ahead and pay the $49 per month for the deep learning specialization program. Do I need to take and pass all the assignments in order to progress? What if I don't take the assignments? Will I still get a certificate? Thx


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adalmia
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29/09/2018 12:57 am  

Hi Andrea. The courses were definitely very useful and the major impact it has had has been to lower the bar of entry for people into the field. The explanations have been really good and intuitive.

However, one major feedback for improvement that I'd like to say that the assignments required very little coding to be done. It creates an illusion for newcomers as most of the framework was already built and they had to just fill in a few gaps. Although I agree that it might be the best thing for people starting off, but if you really want them to have the knowledge to solve real-world problems, the assignments need to be much more harder.


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adalmia
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29/09/2018 12:57 am  

Hi Andrea. The courses were definitely very useful and the major impact it has had has been to lower the bar of entry for people into the field. The explanations have been really good and intuitive.

However, one major feedback for improvement that I'd like to say that the assignments required very little coding to be done. It creates an illusion for newcomers as most of the framework was already built and they had to just fill in a few gaps. Although I agree that it might be the best thing for people starting off, but if you really want them to have the knowledge to solve real-world problems, the assignments need to be much more harder.


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