Google has launched a
free course explaining the machine learning technique that underpins so many of its services. The course is available on Udacity, a nonprofit
educational site, and is estimated to take about
three months to complete at a rate of six hours of work a week, according to The Verge. The class isn't for beginners, but
is rather intended to help
engineers and data scientists get to grips with deep learning as well as TensorFlow — the in-house machine-learning software that
Google open-sourced last November.
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