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Neural Networks and Deep Learning

Neural Networks and Deep Learning, Deep Learning Explained to Your Granny (Machine Learning)
Narrated by: Jason R. L. Brown
Length: 3 hrs and 25 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Ready to crank up a neural network to get your self-driving car to pick up the kids from school? Want to add "deep learning" to your LinkedIn profile?

Well, hold on there....

Before you embark on your epic journey into the world of deep learning, there is basic theory to march through first! Take a step-by-step journey through the basics of neural networks and deep learning, made so simple that...even your granny could understand it!

What you will gain from this audiobook:

  • A deep understanding of how a neural network and deep learning work
  • A basics comprehension on how to build a deep neural network from scratch

Who this audiobook is for:

  • Beginners who want to approach the topic, but are too afraid of complex math to start!

What’s inside?

  • A brief introduction to machine learning
  • Two main types of machine learning algorithms
  • A practical example of unsupervised learning
  • What are neural networks?
  • McCulloch-Pitts' neuron
  • Types of activation function
  • Types of network architectures
  • Learning processes
  • Advantages and disadvantages
  • Let us give a memory to our neural network
  • The example of book writing software
  • Deep learning: the ability of learning to learn
  • How does deep learning work?
  • Main architectures and algorithms
  • Main types of DNN
  • Available frameworks and libraries
  • Convolutional neural networks
  • Tunnel vision
  • Convolution
  • The right architecture for a neural network
  • Test your neural network
  • A general overview of deep learning
  • What are the limits of deep learning?
  • Deep learning: the basics
  • Layers, learning paradigms, training, validation
  • Main architectures and algorithms
  • Models for deep learning
  • Probabilistic graphic models
  • Restricted Boltzmann machines
  • Deep belief networks
  • Available frameworks and libraries
  • TensorFlow

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©2018 Pat Nakamoto (P)2018 Pat Nakamoto

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Really in depth coverage of neural networks!

Great informational, helped me so much in figuring out how everything works! A great supplement to anyone learning about the subject!

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So helpful for me as a student!

I've been studying machine learning, but was a bit in over my head. This kept me engaged and helped me learn a ton!

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It repeats many parts of the book

Seems read by a machine (which probably is), with many repeated parts. The equations were read in a way in which I couldn't understand anything. I'm happy I got it for free...

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Machine reading!!

I have a huge problem to listen to this artificial lector. Usually I don't pay attention to reading quality, but this is really annoying me. Story is o.k but I don't think that audiobook is a good format for this as often you have to rewind some paragraphs to understand.

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Useful audiobook

This is my first audiobook which I find useful for technical learning. Content has been to the point which makes it more effective. I would recommend this for someone who is interested in machine learning.

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Not good for an audio book

Not good as an audio book ... no flow and just basic reading ... read title then say the words ... really poor reading performance made it hard to follow ... content seemed pretty good but was difficult to follow ... probably better in paper. As an engineer I followed the concepts and some of the analogies were good but this ain’t for your granny unless she is Grace Hopper

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Badly produced waste of an audible credit

The audiobook starts over from the beginning half way through, the material was poorly adapted to audio format, and the narrator sounds like he thinks he's voicing a thriller movie trailer. Don't bother.

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  • 08-18-18

The Narrator Seemed to have a Mouthful of Socks

Unbelievably rubbish narrator. It was like they had a mouthful of socks. Random odd pauses and odd production. The content felt skin deep for the little I managed to stomach. I have nothing but awe that anyone managed to listen to the whole thing.

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