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Online Training Machine Learning from the scratch using Python
This course is for those who want to step into Artificial Intelligence domain, specially into Machine Learning, though I will be covering Deep Learning in deep as well.This is a basic course for beginners, just if you can get basic knowledge of Python that would be great and helpful to you to grasp things quickly. If you want to take python lectures I have created a ‘ Python for Data Science from Scratch ‘ course also , you can enroll and go through that as well before starting with this.There are 4-5 Projects on real data set which will be very helpful to start your career in this domain, Right now if you don’t see the project, don’t panic, it might have gone old so I’ve put it down for modifications.I will be updating course on daily basis, so stay tuned.Enjoy and Good Luck.Ask me on email@example.com for coupon codes if available for the discounted price of the courses.
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