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Boston Dynamics – Introducing Handle

February 28, 2017


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New course! Reinforcement Learning in Python

January 27, 2017


I would like to announce my latest course – Artificial Intelligence: Reinforcement Learning in Python.

This has been one of my most requested topics since I started covering deep learning. This course has been brewing in the background for months.

The result: This is my most MASSIVE course yet.

Usually, my courses will introduce you to a handful of new algorithms (which is a lot for people to handle already). This course covers SEVENTEEN (17!) new algorithms.

This will keep you busy for a LONG time.

If you’re used to supervised and unsupervised machine learning, realize this: Reinforcement Learning is a whole new ball game.

There are so many new concepts to learn, and so much depth. It’s COMPLETELY different from anything you’ve seen before.

That’s why we build everything slowly, from the ground up.

There’s tons of new theory, but as you’ve come to expect, anytime we introduce new theory it is accompanied by full code examples.

What is Reinforcement Learning? It’s the technology behind self-driving cars, AlphaGo, video game-playing programs, and more.

You’ll learn that while deep learning has been very useful for tasks like driving and playing Go, it’s in fact just a small part of the picture.

Reinforcement Learning provides the framework that allows deep learning to be useful.

Without reinforcement learning, all we have is a basic (albeit very accurate) labeling machine.

With Reinforcement Learning, you have intelligence.

Reinforcement Learning has even been used to model processes in psychology and neuroscience. It’s truly the closest thing we have to “machine intelligence” and “general AI”.

What are you waiting for? Sign up now!!


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