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Learn
  • Master the basics of AI without any previous experience
  • Build fun projects, including a virtual-self-driving car and a robot warehouse worker
  • Use AI to solve real-world business problems
  • Learn how to code in Python
  • Discover the 5 principles of reinforcement learning
  • Create your own AI toolkit
About

Welcome to the Robot World … and start building intelligent software now!

Through his best-selling video courses, Hadelin de Ponteves has taught hundreds of thousands of people to write AI software. Now, for the first time, his hands-on, energetic approach is available as a book. Starting with the basics before easing you into more complicated formulas and notation, AI Crash Course gives you everything you need to build AI systems with reinforcement learning and deep learning. Five full working projects put the ideas into action, showing step-by-step how to build intelligent software using the best and easiest tools for AI programming, including Python, TensorFlow, Keras, and PyTorch.

AI Crash Course teaches everyone to build an AI to work in their applications. Once you've read this book, you're only limited by your imagination.

Features
  • Learn from friendly, plain English explanations and practical activities
  • Put ideas into action with 5 hands-on projects that show step-by-step how to build intelligent software
  • Use AI to win classic video games and construct a virtual self-driving car
Page Count 360
Course Length 10 hours 48 minutes
ISBN 9781838645359
Date Of Publication 29 Nov 2019

Authors

Hadelin de Ponteves

Hadelin de Ponteves is the co-founder and CEO at BlueLife AI, which leverages the power of cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence to empower businesses to make massive profits by optimizing processes, maximizing efficiency, and increasing profitability. Hadelin is also an online entrepreneur who has created 50+ top-rated educational e-courses on topics such as machine learning, deep learning, artificial intelligence, and blockchain, which have reached over 700,000 subscribers in 204 countries.