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Pickman56676dI have no odea that there were worldwide famous courses.
I get the appeal of a book, but courses? Is this a thing now?
devTea2616876dI like cs231n course better
tekashi4709976d$.05: every video course is fucking boring. I aint wanna sit around for hours, listening to some dude explaining stuff in their own pace, much rather'd read it as an article or a book.
@ganjaman very valid as well. It gets super tedious after a while
RememberMe1129976dI've taken it too, found it quite boring as well but only because I agree with @ganjaman here, book or article any day. Plus the course is a watered down version of his Stanford CS229 course (if you like maths I'd definitely recommend the CS229 lecture notes, fairly detailed, spent quite a bit of time pouring over those notes).
I was doing his deep learning courses too but left them halfway for Ian Goodfellow's book for the same reasons.
Pickman56675d@AleCx04 I'm sorry it was not meant to be condescending. When I was in university Facebook was not a thing. Online courses were not famous. In fact I love this. I don't know if I'm personally interested (I love reading) but I do love the concept. It's a new thing for me.
P.s. I found it as the fifth result, but the only online courses I followed were some from MIT so I guess that my google preferences are not to be trusted on courses, they're likely to be swayed by different things.
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