Monday, September 26, 2011

Machine Learning for everyone

Well maybe mostly everyone. Have  you been interested in gaining knowledge in the latest craze of artificial intelligence and computing?  Then go no further than Stanford's Machine Learning course which is now open enrollment to everyone!  Andrew Ng is back to provide the world with knowledge about Machine Learning for the entire masses. 

Per Stanford's website, Machine Learning is data mining and statistical pattern recognition.  Mostly it is applying mathematical and statistical methods to draw out information behaviors from data sources.  So do you want to invent the next Netflix, Amazon or Google?  This is the course for you.

If you do not want to enroll in the Machine Learning class you could always watch some of the older lectures online.  Andrew Ng provides plenty of information from past lectures with student contributed projects.  The CS 229 website is worth a look for a punch of Machine Learning related resources.

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