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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 1,581 ratings

Nice Course for Neural Networks

Great course, I learned a lot.

Unfortunately, some of the material is broken, and needs an update (e.g. quizzes that no longer contain all necessary information, lecture videos which have gone missing).

It's really hard but really helpful for guys who finished Ng's course.

Quite advanced towards the end, but this is a strength of the course. It has a university feel where Hinton's lectures overview the main ideas and the reading, quiz and prog. assignments get you to explore the ideas further. I enjoyed the course, learned a lot despite it being a bit old now. Thoroughly enjoyed, challenging at times but very rewarding! - Thanks to all involved with the course.