Second Opportunity For Convolutional Neural Networks Class

A class that is the cutting edge of machine learning and artificial intelligence is being run for the second time at Stanford this trimester. It is also available online to anyone who cares to follow along, this time with videos of the live lectures. The second presentation of CS231n: Convolutional Neural Networks for Visual Recognition, aka ConvNet, started on January 4th and its website, where you’ll find the complete syllabus, already has four hour-long videos together with slides, notes and other resources including a Python/Numpy tutorial. The course has been developed by members of the Stanford Vision Lab. The initial lecture, introducing the course by delivered by the lab’s director Fei-Fei Li, who pointed out that as she was about to go on maternity leave it would be her Ph D…

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