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The course will teach you how to develop deep learning models using Pytorch. The course will start with Pytorch's tensors and Automatic differentiation package. Then each section will cover different models starting off with fundamentals such as Linear Regression, and logistic/softmax regression. Followed by Feedforward deep neural networks, the role of different activation functions, normalization and dropout layers. Then Convolutional Neural Networks and Transfer learning will be covered. Finally, several other Deep learning methods will be covered. Learning Outcomes: After completing this course, learners will be able to: • explain and apply their knowledge of Deep Neural Networks and related machine learning methods • know how to use Python libraries such as PyTorch for Deep Learning applications • build Deep Neural Networks using PyTorch...

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SY

29 de abr. de 2020

An extremely good course for anyone starting to build deep learning models. I am very satisfied at the end of this course as i was able to code models easily using pytorch. Definitely recomended!!

RA

15 de may. de 2020

This is not a bad course at all. One feedback, however, is making the quizzes longer, and adding difficult questions especially concept-based one in the quiz will be more rewarding and valuable.

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por Lemikhov A

19 de feb. de 2020

No programming assingments

por Utkarsh A

9 de mar. de 2022

Good knowledge.

por aditta d

4 de nov. de 2021

Good lecture...

por Mohd N K

14 de may. de 2020

very practical

por Richard B

16 de may. de 2020

Challenging

por Alexey K

28 de ene. de 2023

The content of this course is actually quite good. Videos are clear. There is no material overload like in the Course 3 of this specialization.

The bad thing is the same as for all the previous courses: the absolute absence of any graded coding practice. All of the "shift+enter Labs" are hilariously inadequate to help retain anything you've learned during lectures. It's like learning PyTorch by watching how your neighbor is writing all of the code. A complete waste of time.

In addition, the quality of the quizzes has also degraded quite a bit when compared to the very previous course. The idea that anyone would be challenged by a quiz with only 2 questions, each with a multiple choice out of 2 potential answers, one of which is always nonsensical, is just laughable. Makes you wonder what kind of audience they made this course for, as the absolute majority of the quizzes are of this retarded type.

por Rafael B

11 de feb. de 2022

The content of the course is interesting and light and allows for a good basic understanding of the topic. However, the presentation is not good. The automated narration in the videos is often weird and repetitive. The visual presentation is also not great, the colors and diagrams help very little with the understanding of what's happening in the routines (except for the skecthes of the neural networks themselves, which are pretty good). The lab notebooks are riddled with typos. The course would be improved by having a more detailed discussion of what's going on in the code before practice in the labs. Otherwise, I recommend the course for anyone who is starting in the field.

por Michael H

21 de jun. de 2020

This course was not to the same standard as some others I've taken on Coursera. I think the concepts would have been very hard to follow if I hadn't already taken the Deep Learning specialization, so it isn't a great conceptual introduction to Deep Learning. That said, it also doesn't deeply explore the nuances of the PyTorch library, or give very much guidance on best practices or how it differs from other popular frameworks like Keras/TensorFlow. The quiz questions are fairly shallow (and often frustratingly ambiguous). Probably the best part of the class are the ungraded lab assignments.

por Gasm E M M

14 de mar. de 2021

I like to feel a human is teaching me, but I felt a robot is teaching instead. Also, many parts of the labs are copied from each other, and that's good, but the sentences and comments are forgotten unchanged and they don't belong to that lab. I preferred if the PowerPoints were designed better. Other than that, I can see that the author tried his best to include everything.

por Rajaseharan R

1 de nov. de 2021

The presenter at times goes too fast and once he's finished talking the slide moves forward before there is time to absorb the material. The slides also contain errors. Should be more throughly reviewed. The labs also contain some bugs. The quizes contain some spelling mistakes and some of the quiz questions are unclear.

por Stephan W

6 de feb. de 2021

Potentially a good course, but due to the very short videos and complete lack of supporting material (not even the slides of the videos), it's hard to follow. You need to watch the videos over and over again and take notes. Not sure why not even the lecture slides are provided.

por Julius W

14 de mar. de 2022

Very theoretical course. You can claim the badge without running any code. The additional honours course consisted of a total of 3 lines of code you had to write. I did not really enjoy this course. It covered a lot of things but was as dry as possible.

por Ahssad

11 de ago. de 2021

It is very fast paced. There are a lot of videos and not enough opportunities to actually reinforce what you have learned in terms of shorts projects. I think at the end of each week, there should be a small project in order to progress.

por Chaney O

1 de jun. de 2020

The lectures and quizzes are too short to provide much value. The material could be better condensed. The labs were useful, although at times, it felt like the same material from a prior video. In general, it was a good overview.

por Sabrina S

8 de mar. de 2020

Ok walkthrought of pytorch, a lot of content but slight mismatch between rather basic DS topics and advanced programming skills. Materials need to be reviewed for spelling and grammar, some quiz questions are unclear.

por Yi M L

28 de oct. de 2020

the content is definitely overloaded.. i am blowing.. felt like i went to college again. if cut some of the content it will be much more user friendly to learn.. for an online class prespective

por César A C

25 de jun. de 2020

The course is quite complete, but it contains to many things already contained in the previous courses within the Specialization. The final honor part could have been much better.

por Ferdinando R

20 de ene. de 2023

Ok to show you how to use pytorch, but to learn ML you should really take the famous course everyone is talking about, it's much better.

por Massimo B

23 de feb. de 2022

quality of slides is quite bad and exercises are just a repetition of the class. Nevertheless the basic concepts are explained clearly

por William J

22 de ago. de 2022

good material but you should polish the voiceover and check for spelling/formatting mistakes - of which there are many

por Tony D

8 de sep. de 2020

Very slow and redundant material with previous courses of the "IBM AI Engineering Certificat Professionnel"

por Mutlu O

4 de ago. de 2020

More useful exmples in labs would be helpful to understand the possibilities with the method and tool

por Miroslav T

8 de jun. de 2020

quality of videos at the beginning of course are low, fells like the machine is reading it

por Benhur O J

30 de ene. de 2020

To focus in the coding but not the underlying structure of the library and how to use it.

por Chris R

23 de jul. de 2022

There should be slides available for downoad.

The pace of the course was too fast.