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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 1,193 ratings

Detailed, a bit tough but complete and awesome.

Very good, but you need to think the slide carefully. Finally, I wish it will have complete Chinese subtitle. Thanks, Prof. Geoffrey E. Hinton.

Overall, a good introduction to the field. Moreover, the class is not very heavy on the math. On the plus side, it's ok because it makes the class more intuitive. But, because the field is moving so fast, some of those common intuition is proven to be wrongly motivated.

Some of the lectures are challenging (mathematically speaking) but it's worth doing. Mr Hinton is a good teacher and he is probably among the people in the world who know the most about neural nets.