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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 1,899 ratings

This course is very exciting and challenging for learner. The course provides many insights of artificial neural networks which is necessary for the design of neural network and deep learning.

recommended! learned a ton. however, have to say some lectures take quite an effort (e.g additional reading, googling, asking around) to fully understand. oh and it is partly outdated. would be awesome to see an updated version of the same course.

Fantastic course, very deep and thorough, gives an expert explanation of lots and lots of topics and brings us to the real cutting edge , it is difficult sometimes but it is well worth the effort.

better to take other intro level courses before this one. The intro level courses I would recommend include Standford Andrew Ny's course and U of Washington's course by Emily Fox and her buddy.