Imagine sitting at home, wondering about how to learn about deep and machine learning. How cool would that be? It is often very tedious to go and search for genuine ebooks and research papers. What if we actually get a chance to study all this without leaving the comfort of our homes? Well this is possible because of Google. Google has made Machine Learning available to all.
Google introduced “Learn with Google AI” — a set of educational resources developed by Machine Learning (ML) experts at the company, for people to learn about concepts, develop skills and apply Artificial Intelligence (AI) to real-world problems. “Learn with Google AI” comes with existing content as well as the new Machine Learning Crash Course (MLCC). The new Learn with Google AI portal will let anyone with an interest, at almost any level, learn how to make the most of the glorious new horizon of AI and neural networking. Previously, the courses were designed for internal use to train Googlers, as Google continues its moves to be an “AI First” company.
Google has been involving Artificial Intelligence heavily for its research purpose, for example, Google has used federated learning for making phones smarter and neural machine translation to improve the efficacy of Google Translate.
The new Machine Learning Crash Course will give a quick introduction to practical Machine Learning concepts using high-level TensorFlow (TF) APIs. TensorFlow is Google’s open source library for Machine Learning tools and can be accessed by anyone to build AI, ML frameworks suited to their tasks, problems. Machine Learning allows computers to learn, understand and recognise the data, without being explicitly programmed to do so. Machine Learning is the building block for artificial intelligence and is what powers self-driving cars, image recognition, etc.
Users will be able to learn about key Machine Learning algorithms and frameworks from Google’s new course It will also include videos from ML experts at Google, interactive visualizations illustrating ML concepts and coding exercises using TensorFlow APIs, says the company.
Originally developed by Google’s engineering education team, more than 18,000 Googlers have enrolled in MLCC so far.