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thank you very much for your huge efforts

The language being used, which is Octave, is not a good choice. Python would probably be better. However, the content of the course is great. It is more appropriate for learning with strong background.

Very good. I have learned lots of basic knowledge of deep learning, especially for restricted boltzman machine, unsupervised learning, how to train deep net work and so on. The programming assignments are excellent and really worth of spending time on them.

Great overview of Neural Networks evolution, what was its weaknesses and what ways found to overcome them.