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Art and Science of Machine Learning, Google Cloud

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Welcome to the art and science of machine learning. In this data science course you will learn the essential skills of ML intuition, good judgment and experimentation to finely tune and optimize your ML models for the best performance. In this course you will learn the many knobs and levers involved in training a model. You will first manually adjust them to see their effects on model performance. Once familiar with the knobs and levers, otherwise known as hyperparameters, you will learn how to tune them in an automatic way using Cloud Machine Learning Engine on Google Cloud Platform....

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par MB

Dec 31, 2018

thanks for the great work. There is so much to learn and I appreciate the effort you made to break things down and providing lab while making the hard decisions on what to commit.

par JW

May 30, 2018

This final course is also very good. Embedding is my favorite part and Lak is my favorite instructor.\n\nThanks Googlers! Looking forward to the next five courses.

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par Yakup Kadri Yazarel

May 20, 2019

Some lab contents are distracting from the core subject, deviate from the video contents.

par Fathima jabbar

May 11, 2019

good

par Raghuram Nandepu

May 09, 2019

An advanced course with good techniques.

par Dmitry Belyaev

May 06, 2019

The quality of the lesson material is great but the quantity is nowhere sufficient to get the hands-on experience

par Rahul Kumar

May 05, 2019

Some tough concepts !!!

par 영신 박

Apr 29, 2019

Awesome!

par Muhammad Aun

Apr 21, 2019

Great Course, i have learn alot

par Arman Ahmed

Apr 11, 2019

Pros: Tensorflow is an excellent framework for deep learning

Cons :

1- The way this material is designed is 10 X SHIT

2- Either teach properly or don't teach at all.

par Harm te Molder

Mar 16, 2019

Wow, really enjoyed parts of this one. Thanks

par Swaraj Patidar

Mar 10, 2019

Nice tutorial