Zero to Deep Learning™ with Python and Keras ☞ <a href="http://bit.ly/2N7Ntsp" target="_blank">http://bit.ly/2N7Ntsp</a>
Zero to Deep Learning™ with Python and Keras ☞ http://bit.ly/2N7Ntsp
Machine Learning and Deep Learning using Tensor Flow & Keras ☞ http://go.thegeeknews.net/0de047679a
Deep Learning Prerequisites: Logistic Regression in Python ☞http://go.thegeeknews.net/2362a6f461
Forecasting time-series data has applications in many fields, including finance, health, etc. There are potential pitfalls when applying classic statistical and machine learning methods to time-series problems. This talk will give folks the basic toolbox to analyze time-series data and perform forecasting using statistical and machine learning models, as well as interpret and convey the outputs.
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Learn how to go from reading a paper on deep deterministic policy gradients to implementing the concepts in Tensorflow. Learn how to code a deep deterministic policy gradient (DDPG) agent using Python and PyTorch, to beat the continuous lunar lander environment (a classic machine learning problem).
Implementing Deep Learning Papers - Deep Deterministic Policy Gradients (using Python)
Basic programming concept in any language will help but not require to attend this tutorial