one of the excellent courses in deep learning. As stated its advanced and enjoyed a lot in solving the assignments. looking forward for more such courses especially in Natural language processing
The hardest, yet most satisfying course I've ever taken in deep learning, by the end of the course I was doing stuff that was borderline sci-fi and that was just "introduction" to deep learning
By Stefano C•
The course has a high potential, with large content and expert instructors. However, you soon realise that the content is indeed too large, and it's never covered with enough details and examples. The most disappointing part, however, is the assignments: the topics covered are too advanced and, as a matter of fact, the learner is only given the chance to implement a tiny part of it.
By Sergio A G P•
I found this course not to be a good introduction to deep learning. It never explained well how to use Tensorflow for even easy things. There was a lot of topics covered, which made the course very shallow. As an introduction, it would have been great to know how to de easy things well, instead of checking lots of topics and not knowing how to fully implement them.
By ABHAS B•
The content is good, but seems they forgot to upgrade the code material to TF2. It's a pain to work when you are working to learn TF2 outside of this code, come back to have to use TF1. Such a waste of time.
By Danilo L•
I cant waste my time fixing bugs of non updated code, the videos content are great but it is not worth spending time with this kind of assignments.
By Caio A A O•
It started great, but became a bit too shallow. There's also little to no support from instructors, even when there are bugs.
Language problem ,no clear instructions were given for the assignments(Notebook) and no proper reply of Discussion form.
By raghuveer n•
The accent is very hard to understand and the quality of the recording is not good
By Marina Z•
Worst ever course on Coursera. The lectures are actually well-prepared. The programming homework assignments, however, do not meet the technical requirements of Coursera in terms of dataset volume and the time needed to run the training of the models. It's pain in the bottom to train a model as asked in the course. To transfer the notebooks to Colab to train the models on Google servers is connected to many, many, many hours of additional work to rewrite the scripts. I will not finish this course and I would not suggest to begin with, unless you have nothing to do in this world except to lose your time on the improvement of the assignments.
By Fereydoon V•
This low-quality course sucks miserably! I still can't believe that this course has really been approved by Coursera, or perhaps Russians have compromised Coursera too?! Not only the extremely heavy accent of so-called "lecturers" makes it impossible to follow what the hell they're talking about, but also the course construction and the explanations' track lack the bare minimum of pedagogical/instructional design. These folks could have taught this course in Russian, at least it would have been usable for Russian folks!
By Akshay N•
Not a good course.
The lectures are rushed through. At one point towards the end of week one, the lecturer just reads out the mathematical formulae on gradient descent extensions, without giving any background on their interpretation, or any examples.The number of notations used are too many to keep track of.
There are no instructions available on how to tackle assignments in Python (nor any mention of Python language as a pre-requisite).
By Scott B•
This course is very poorly designed. The lectures are insufferable, and absolutely zero supplemental content is provided that would make it actually possible to engage in the material in any meaningful way beyond suffering through the prattle and drone of recitation of mathematical concepts. Very disappointing.
By Dulat A•
Quality of lectures were totally disapointing. I watched previous courses from Yandex, which were taught on Russian, and they were much better. At some points, lectures even cannot explain what they want to say. I feel like Yandex have stolen 50$ from me.
Not all teachers speak english well enough. You need to be skilled python, tensorflow, karas developer. They dont explain the algorithms very well and you dont have a text book to look it up yourself..
By Aswin R•
Very peripheral teaching. Unable to understand anything from the touch points being covered. Assignments are not at all matching with the course contents.
By Nathan N•
Quizzes are not translated to English well, and instructors are not active on the discussion forums.
By Robert P M•
The tensorflow sections are no longer relevant and nobody answers questions about the material.
By Mohit K•
This course goes over my head. I found this course 'callous'. Doesn't care about my learning!
Awful. Questions unclear, lecturers struggle with basic english, and typos are everywhere
By Roberto M P•
The lecturer is really bad, he is not clear and his explanations are shallow and vague.
By Aman T•
Course was made unnecessarily complex , it could be explained in a simpler manner.
By Xiaowei X•
The instructions are often unclear and the ipynb files often does not even run.
assignments can't be submitted and no instructions were given how to submit it
the test is too difficult to make me give up
By Herbert D•
This has to be the worst course on Coursera.
By Jiahua F•
The code in github doesn't work