Top 10 Machine Learning Videos on Youtube
So you want to understand what machine learning is in order to master the field, well guess what? Out there are numerous lectures and free video tutorials and available on the internet along with a reference guide. We will provide you with our top 10 popular resources available on Youtube.
CS50 is a popular channel that uploads regular and well-structured machine learning lectures along with different talks and lectures from Harvard University.
Harrison Kinsley makes Python programming video tutorials about machine learning, data analysis, web development, robotics, finance, game development and more.
Károly Zsolnai-Fehér makes quick and engaging summary videos every two weeks on the most fascinating trends on the latest artificial intelligence and science research developments.
DeepLearning.TV is all about Deep Learning, the field of study that teaches machines to understand the world. Starting with a series that simplifies deep learning, the channel features topics such as how to’s, reviews of software libraries and applications, and interviews with key individuals in the field. Through the series of videos, their goal is to improve your understanding of the topic and how to better utilize deep learning on your projects.
Xander Steenbrugge is very familiar with scientific papers on machine learning, reinforcement learning and artificial intelligence in general. Although reading these papers may look a bit difficult, he manages to summarize the core ideas from a technical point of view while making them accessible to everyone.
MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) offers a lot of videos. There is a free and open publication material from thousands of MIT courses, covering the entire MIT curriculum, ranging from the introductory to the most advanced graduate courses. At the OCW website, each course has a syllabus, instructional material like notes and reading lists, and learning activities like assignments and solutions. There are also interesting video lectures on YouTube related to deep learning, computer vision, natural language processing, machine learning, and more.
#7 Data School
Kevin Markham, the founder of Data School focuses on the topics you need to master first, and offers in-depth tutorials that you can understand regardless of your educational background.
#8 Welch Labs
Welch labs provide a lot of video materials for learning related to mathematics, science and machine learning.
At Caltech, scholars expand human knowledge and benefit society through bold, collaborative explorations in science and engineering.
He loves and enjoys learning about and using computers. With his passionate interest in computers, he makes videos contents related to deep learning and explains it simple for everyone.
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