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AleCx042264045dBefore I tell you give me this much: what is your level of knowledge in probability, statistics, linear algebra, Python, calculus?
AleCx042264045d@mattboi You should be able to go through Hands-On Machine Learning with Scikit-Learn, Keras, and Tensorflow by Aurelien Geron. I would also highly recommend getting Linear Algebra Step by Step by Kuldeep Singh. Most of the other concepts you can learn from blogs/online tutorials as you go along. And while you don't need to have that much detailed knowledge about the inner details of the math to successfully build simple models, but having so will definitely help you knowing what you are doing.