|Sent on:||Friday, August 26, 2011 2:45 PM|
Hi Joe and All,
So, I’m sure a countless introduction to this course will be made tomorrow, right? At college the professor just teaches,
in a group we can bounce some ideas of to other people, and study along the way.
Joe, did you post a free copy of the required AI, and ML, book in the many responses you gave? I did find and view the
http://www.stanford.edu/class/cs229/materials.html course’s awesome navigation, and the
http://www.khanacademy.org/?video=introduction-to-matrices#linear-algebra (which has an abundance
linear algebra explanations) teachings.
Just a note: Joe, I read that tidbit on Munakata’s genetic algorithms (what the preview allowed, anyway J).
It’s really cool how Munakata’s ideas stemmed from his work at CSU, right next door to our meeting.
Yes. We are studying ahead of time for the upcoming Stanford AI class, and the upcoming Stanford ML class. The plan is to spend an hour on each for the first meeting. First on 15 questions from chapter 3 of 'Artificial Intelligence a modern approach', and maybe some from chapters 1 and 2 if people want to cover that. For the second hour on questions created from the first 1.5 to 3 hours of Khan Linear Algebra videos in prep for the ML course. If you don't have the book, consider stopping by anyway to get a head start and talk about options for study.
So, is this study session, on Saturday, preparation for the October AI course?
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