It is very nice to have a very experienced deep learning practitioner showing you the "magic" of making DNN works. That is usually passed from Professor to graduate student, but is available here now.
While the information from this course was awesome I would've liked some hand on projects to get the information running. Nonetheless, the two simulation task were the best (more would've been neat!).
By Mirko R•
It's been overall useful, but it's not "hard" ML.
By Rishab K•
a assignment could be given along with the theory
By Eric H•
Very little content. Everything was common sense
By shafkat r•
More programming exercises would have been great
By Beatriz S M•
Very general, I would like to be more specific..
By AKUT J R•
Nice module however some repetition of content!
By Mikhail G•
quite short, would be nice to get some practice
By Paavan G•
Could have included some programming exercises
By Thomas A•
Interesting but not very straight-to-the point
By Marco A L H•
not as fun as the other courses of this series
By Manish S•
Content was not enough to create a new course.
By Edward W•
Expect more hand-on code practice or more quiz
By Allan Y•
Should not be a separate course. Too general.
By Adam S•
Some useful insights but not much depth here.
By Rahul T•
Very Well explaination of real life example
By Haoran Z•
sometimes, it really hard to hear the voice
By Ankoor B•
Not much coding. Some lectures were rushed.
By Qu S•
By Liam A•
Kinda boring, but still pretty practical.
By Daniel N•
Would have liked to have some exercises.
By Carl E C•
Not enough hands-on (coding) assignments
By Anh N•
The concepts are difficult to understand
By Nico A•
not as interesting as the other courses
By Toon W•
Not enough real programming examples.
By PRATHEES K S 1•
Week 2 was difficult to understand