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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 1,223 ratings

A very good course covering a range of topics. But I think it is a bit difficult for someone just beginning with deep learning. Moreover, I feel there should be proper explanations for problems that we get wrong in quizzes.

Very well organized lectures!

A strong and intensiv course for students whose are going to dive deeper into the world of neural networks. They will find especially Convolution NN and Restricted Boltzman Machines (RBN). You have to be interested in studing the scientifc papers, which often present more the results than details of work. I needed much more time to made necessary background studies with some other sources to understand the details behind the matter. From my point of view not the best choice for beginners. Nevertheless a great course. I'm sure, that I haven't finished this course with my certificate. I'm coming back regularly.

Prof. Hinton is among the best in this field..