our ability to learn and get better at tasks through experience is part of being human when we are born we know almost nothing and can do almost nothing for ourselves but soon we’re learning and becoming more capable every day but did you know that computers can do the same. Machine learning brings together
[MUSIC PLAYING] Six lines of code is all it takes to write your first Machine Learning program. My name’s Josh Gordon, and today I’ll walk you through writing Hello World for Machine learning. In the first few episodes of the series, we’ll teach you how to get started with Machine Learning from scratch. To do
YUFENG: On this episode of AI Adventures, we will attempt to go through an entire machine learning workflow in one video, pulling best practices from our previous episodes. It’s a bit of material, but I think we can do it. Training a model with the MNIST data set is often considered the Hello World of
[MUSIC PLAYING] SERGIO GUADARRAMA: So my name is Sergio Guadarrama. I’m a senior software engineer at Google Brain, and I’m leading the TF agents team. EUGENE BREVDO: And I’m Eugene Brevdo, a software engineer on Google Brain team. I work in reinforcement learning. SERGIO GUADARRAMA: So today we’re going to talk about reinforcement learning. So
Hello, and welcome to a new playlist of videos. Hopefully there’s a bunch of videos in this playlist because I just started recording them now, so they don’t exist yet. But this is about machine learning and it is for the total beginner. Now there are some caveats here I suppose to that. But I
Hi, my name is Mosh, and I’m going to be your instructor in this Python course. In this course, you’re going to learn everything you need to get started programming in Python. Python is one of the most popular programming languages, and every day people use it to do cool things like automation, they use
[MUSIC PLAYING] JEFF DEAN: I’m excited to be here today to tell you about how I see deep learning and how it can be used to solve some of the really challenging problems that the world is facing. And I should point out that I’m presenting the work of many, many different people at Google.
[MUSIC PLAYING] JOSH GORDON: Hey, everyone. Today I’d like to make a quick video that I hope will be concrete and useful for you. It’s about the very first machine learning library I ever tried. And it’s called Weka. What’s great is that Weka comes with a GUI that makes it easy to visualize your
How do we classify things? We consider people to be experts in a field if they’ve mastered classification. Doctors can classify between a good blood sample, and a bad one. Photographers can classify if their latest shot was beautiful, or not. Musicians can classify what sounds good, and what doesn’t, in a piece of music.