DeepLearning.AI

DeepLearning.AI is an education technology company that develops a global community of AI talent. DeepLearning.AIs expert-led educational experiences provide AI practitioners and non-technical professionals with the necessary tools to go all the way from foundational basics to advanced application, empowering them to build an AI-powered future.


Courses and Specializations


Amirhossein Kiani

Amirhossein Kiani

Curriculum Engineer
Product Manager, Google Health
Antje Barth

Antje Barth

Instructor
Senior Developer Advocate, AI and Machine Learning, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Bora Uyumazturk

Bora Uyumazturk

Curriculum Developer
Machine Learning Engineer, Viaduct
Chris Fregly

Chris Fregly

Instructor
Principal Developer Advocate, AI and Machine Learning, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Cristian Bartolomé Arámburu

Cristian Bartolomé Arámburu

Curriculum Developer
Founding Engineer, Pulsar
Eda Zhou

Eda Zhou

Curriculum Developer
Eddy Shyu

Eddy Shyu

Senior Curriculum Developer
Product Lead, DeepLearning.AI
Eric Zelikman

Eric Zelikman

Curriculum Engineer
Kian Katanforoosh

Kian Katanforoosh

Senior Curriculum Developer
Founder, Workera
Laurence Moroney

Laurence Moroney

Instructor
Lead AI Advocate, Google
Pranav Rajpurkar

Pranav Rajpurkar

Instructor
Computer Science, Stanford University
Robert Crowe

Robert Crowe

Instructor
TensorFlow Developer Engineer, Google
Sharon Zhou

Sharon Zhou

Instructor
Computer Science, Stanford University
Shelbee Eigenbrode

Shelbee Eigenbrode

Instructor
Principal Solutions Architect, AI and Machine Learning, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Sireesha Muppala

Sireesha Muppala

Instructor
Principal Solutions Architect, AI and Machine Learning, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Younes Bensouda Mourri

Younes Bensouda Mourri

Instructor
Instructor of AI, Stanford University
Yutaka Matsuo

Yutaka Matsuo

Instructor
Chairman, Japan Deep Learning Association & Professor, University of Tokyo
Łukasz Kaiser

Łukasz Kaiser

Instructor
Staff Research Scientist, Google Brain & Chargé de Recherche, CNRS