Google’s Internal “Machine Learning Crash Course” Goes Online For Free


AI and Machine Learning are the latest trends in the technology world. Common people are talking about them. In fact, they’re using them on a daily basis in the form of digital assistants, co-processors in smartphones, autonomous cars, etc. But in reality, many of us have no idea what AI and machine learning actual mean and how they work? The two terms are often used interchangeably, but they aren’t the same thing. But that’s a topic for an entirely different article.

Google has created a new website called ‘Learn with Google AI‘ featuring educational material to give insight into core machine learning concepts, as well as, applying ML to the real world problems. The content developed by Google engineers caters to beginners who want to get started with ML and all the way to advanced deep learning pros and researchers.

The highlight of the website is the Machine Learning Crash Course (MLCC). The self-paced, 15-hour course comprising lectures, over 40 exercises, interactive visualizations, etc., was originally designed to give a quick dose of ML to over 18,000 Google employees who have enrolled as of now.

The concepts of MLCC help Googlers with various tasks such as improving the YouTube’s streaming quality, enhance camera calibration for Daydream devices, etc.

This is yet another effort by Google to promote machine learning. The company is coming up with new ways to make the best out of their AI knowledge. In January, Google released an enterprise tool called AutoML Cloud to help businesses build machine learning models using a drag-and-drop interface.

You can check out the website if you want to enroll in any of the course.

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Aditya Tiwari

Aditya Tiwari

Aditya likes to cover topics related to Microsoft, Windows 10, Apple Watch, and interesting gadgets. But when he is not working, you can find him binge-watching random videos on YouTube (after he has wasted an hour on Netflix trying to find a good show). Reach out at [email protected]
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