Have you watched any sci-fi movies lately an though to your self when will this be possible. If you are like me you may have but the path to this great innovations is no longer far with A.I, so if you want to be a part of the solution then get started on learning machine learning.
Machine learning and AI are some of the biggest topics in the tech world right now, and Google is looking to make those fields more accessible to more people with its new Learn with Google AI website.
Google has been pursuing AI education for a while, both with advanced projects like TensorFlow and more playful projects like cat doodles and a machine visionexperiment meant to showcase AI projects in more practical ways.
Google envisions the Learn with Google AI site serving as a repository for machine learning and AI, and it’s meant to be a hub for anyone looking to “learn about core ML concepts, develop and hone your ML skills, and apply ML to real-world problems.” The site will apparently cater to all levels of AI enthusiasts, from researchers looking for advanced tutorials to beginners.
The site also features a free course called Machine Learning Crash Course (MLCC). The course is based off an internal Google course that was originally designed to help give Google employees a practical introduction to AI and machine learning fundamentals, with 18,000 employees already enrolled. Now, Google is making MLCC available to everyone through the Learn with Google AI website, providing exercises, interactive visualizations, and instructional videos to help teach machine learning concepts.
The course is listed as roughly 15 hours, with interactive lessons, lectures from Google researchers, and over 40 exercises included. It’s designed for newcomers with no machine learning experience whatsoever, although Google does recommend that course takers have a mastery of intro-level algebra and some proficiency in programming basics and Python. The MLCC is also the first of what Google intends to be many courses and resources available through the new hub, with more to come soon.