It was a nice course. Though it covers basics. A follow-up advanced specilization can be made. Overall, it's sufficient for beginner for an engineer trying to learn application of AI for medical field
Throughout this course, I was able to understand the different medical and deep learning terminology used. Definitely a good course to understand the basic of image classification and segmentation!
By Michael L•
Did a good job of explaining some of the terms and processes involved in using AI for medical diagnosis, but the flow and organization of the course were really poor and the methods taught were not general enough to be able to extrapolate to use in new ways outside of the course.
By Kemal U A•
There is no reply or response to discussion forums from the instructors and assessment of the assignments are always zero so I can not pass to week two even my assignment's outputs are matched with the correct ones .
By Duncan L•
A far too brief overview of AI applications in medical diagnosis - only really covers image analysis and even then is cursory at best. Disappointing as I have found the other deeplearning.ai courses quite helpful.
By K K K S•
Not useful. Probability distributions are not intuitive mostly.
By Sagimbayev Z•
This course relays on "add one line" code too often.
By Aliakbar D•
I have done several of AI courses including the TensorFlow. While the TensorFlow course, gives you a neat and excellent hands on on how to build a network from scratch or implement easily a CNN such as Inception V3, this course make you confused as what sort of aim it follows. Overall confusing and not useful. Though you find some good stuff in the videos but the design and strategy of the course is meaningless.
By NICOLA F•
No for medical students. Terrible time loosing
By José M R•