trackerFF1 karma2017-04-30 17:25:34 UTC
I feel that in order to really know what's going on under the hood, you'd need at least 3 to 5 years of college/university-level knowledge in areas like Math, Statistics, Signal Processing, Programming, CS Theory, etc. Hell, most Machine Learning and/or AI jobs prefer Ph.D level candidates.
Would your material be aimed at the people that jut want to scratch the surface, and teach applied AI at it's most basic form?
I'm finishing up my Masters in Machine Learning, and I really don't think that the field of AI is something you can learn in a couple of months, if you REALLY want to know what is going on, and be able to keep up pace on a theoretical level (i.e reading scientific and research publications)
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