Learning AI If You Suck At Math

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Introduction:

“You really don’t need maths to get started with AI”. Follow the empirical path of trial and error, it’s a slow process but with passion and interest, you can see progress. In this series, you will find “ How can you progress in AI if you lack mathematics skills.

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Learning AI If You Suck at Math –  Part 6  – Math Notation Made Easy!

Ready to learn Machine Learning? Browse Machine Learning Training and Certification courses developed by industry thought leaders and Experfy in Harvard Innovation Lab. Welcome to part five of Learning AI if You Suck at Math. If you missed part 1, part 2, part3, part4, and part5 be sure to check them out. If you’ve followed parts of this series you

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Learning AI if You Suck at Math  – Part 5  –  Deep Learning and Convolutional Neural Nets in Plain English!

Today, we’re going to write our own Python image recognition program. To do that, we’ll explore a powerful deep learning architecture called a deep convolutional neural network (DCNN). Convnets are the workhorses of computer vision. They power everything from self-driving cars to Google’s image search.  So why are neural networks so powerful? One key reason: They do automatic pattern recognition. So what’s pattern recognition and why do we care if it’s automatic? Patterns come in many forms but let’s take two critical examples: The features that define a physical form.


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Learning AI if You Suck at Math -Part 4- Tensors Illustrated (with Cats!)

The problem is most guides talk about tensors as if you already understand all the terms they’re using to describe the math. So what is a tensor and why does it flow? At its core it’s a data container. Mostly it contains numbers. Sometimes it even contains strings, but that’s rare. There are multiple sizes of tensors. Let’s go through the most basic ones that you’ll run across in deep learning


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Learning AI if You Suck at Math - Part 3 -Building an AI Dream Machine

This article guides you through getting a powerful deep learning machine setup and installed with all the latest and greatest frameworks. We’re going to build our own Deep Learning Dream Machine. We’ll source the best parts and put them together into a number smashing monster. We’ll also walk through installing all the latest deep learning frameworks step by step on Ubuntu Linux 16.04. This machine will slice through neural networks like a hot laser through butter.


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Learning AI if You Suck at Math — Part Two — Practical Projects

If you’re a developer or sys-admin you probably already use a lot of libraries and frameworks that you know little about. You don’t have to understand the inner workings of web-scraping to use curl. The same is true with AI. There are a number of frameworks and projects that make it easy to get going fast without needing a data science Ph.D. The math helps you feel confident about what’s going on behind the scenes. If you want to start using AI, you can do that today. Let’s get started with some practical projects.


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Learning AI if You Suck at Math — Part 1 

You’re fascinated with AI. Maybe you’d love to dig deeper and get an image recognition program running in TensorFlow or Theano? Perhaps you’re a developer or systems architect and you know computers incredibly well but there’s just one little problem: You suck at math. That’s all right! Here are some little secrets that help you get rolling fast. No matter how you cut it, AI solves big, intractable problems that have eluded us for decades. AI is hot for good reasons. 


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