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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 774 ratings

Awesome course.


This is an advanced course and there are a lot of things that Geoffrey Hinton talks about casually which one has to read more about on one's own. The knowledge and clarity of the instructor is beyond doubt top notch. This course if quiet exhaustive and perhaps the best course on neural networks.

Very nice way of explaining important concepts. The assignments were engaging. Learnt a lot about Neural Networks which will help me in the future.