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What is the Difference between Machine Learning and Deep Learning?

ram.techblog@...
 

Hi All,

As i am new to this field, i wanted to build concetually and technically better as this field is slowly maturing and i would do tha same.

So First thing,  What is the Difference between Machine Learning and Deep Learning.?

Regards
Ram

Re: membership activation

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Regards
Vikas Sawant
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On Mon, Apr 30, 2018 at 8:44 PM, <natarajan.subramanian@...> wrote:
Welcome to the group, 

Get more details about the Acumos from links below

1. Welcome to Acumos Documentation!
 
2. Acumos Wiki

Thx


Re: membership activation

NAT
 

Welcome to the group, 

Get more details about the Acumos from links below

1. Welcome to Acumos Documentation!
 
2. Acumos Wiki

Thx

membership activation

sweksha jha
 

Hello,

I want to be a part of this awesome group.


Regards
swechha jha

Re: Getting Started with Deep Science

tuhinm@...
 

Following specialization is a very good starting point for Deep learning. Andrew Ng is one of the best in teaching ML/DL in Mooc courses.

https://www.coursera.org/specializations/deep-learning

Re: Getting Started with Deep Science

denys.marushchak@...
 

Great start is a Stanford course by Fei-Fei Li, et. al.: "Convolutional Neural Networks for Visual recognition"
http://cs231n.stanford.edu/
Very rich materials including syllabus and video lectures are posted for free online.
Of course you need to have basics of Python to start coding.

Re: Getting Started with Deep Science

denys.marushchak@...
 

A great start is a Stanford course CS231n by Fei-Fei Li, et. al.: "Convolutional Neural Networks for Visual Recognition"
http://cs231n.stanford.edu/
It has very rich materials available for free online: notes, syllabus and of course video lectures.
If you are impatient and interested in image recognition, directly jump into Module 2: Convolutional Neural Networks.
Prerequisite would be a basic knowledge of Python.

Re: Getting Started with Deep Science

malineni maurya
 

1)Andrew Ng's coursera deeplearning specialisation takes bottom-up approach which means he explains things from scratch and builds things on the base concepts introduced.
2)Jeremy Howard's fast.ai course does things from the top down. So you get into action first and learn things later. This is more suitable if you come from a programming background
3)Siraj Raval has his own way of explaining complex things in an engaging way. You can check out his videos on youtube
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Regards,
Maurya



Re: Getting Started with Deep Science

Donald Liu
 

The initial project of LF Deep Learning is the Acumos AI Project (https://www.acumos.org/), a comprehensive platform for AI model discovery, development and sharing.

The below two links seem to be good to get started with:
1. Welcome to Acumos Documentation!
 
2. Acumos Wiki

Re: Getting Started with Deep Science

Donald Liu
 

Welcome to Acumos Documentation!

Acumos Wiki

Cheers,
Donald

On 26 Apr 2018, at 14:42, ashi.mahe@... wrote:

Am deep learning/Science enthusiast. 

What is the better way to get stated?

Getting Started with Deep Science

ashi.mahe@...
 

Am deep learning/Science enthusiast. 

What is the better way to get stated?