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About the Course

In this course, you will see how to use advanced machine-learning techniques to build more sophisticated recommender systems. Machine Learning is able to provide recommendations and make better predictions, by taking advantage of historical opinions from users and building up the model automatically, without the need for you to think about all the details of the model. At the end of the Advanced Recommender Systems, you will know how to manage hybrid information and how to combine different filtering techniques, taking the best from each approach. More, you will know how to use factorisation machines and represent the input data accordingly and be able to design more sophisticated recommender systems, which can solve the cross-domain recommendation problem. The course leverages two important EIT Digital Overarching Learning Outcomes (OLOs), related to your creativity and innovation skills. In trying to design a new recommender system you need to think beyond boundaries and try to figure out how you can improve the quality of the outcomes. You should also be able to use knowledge, ideas and technology to create new or significantly improved recommendation tools to support choice-making processes and solve real-life problems in complex and innovative scenarios....

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By Adrien B

Jun 21, 2021

This course is really not worth the money. It clearly lacks more exercises, more explanations and simply more content. When you compare this course with some others like the courses from Andrew Ng... you feel robbed

By Miłosz M

Feb 15, 2022

Very bad course. No deep understanding, bad instructor and terrible sound during learning, some crackles and missing audio. I would not recommend the course.

By Seunghye W

Jun 25, 2021

Great course to overview advanced techniques to build recommender system.