Introduction to Machine Learning (CSC2515, Fall 2008)

Geoffrey Hinton, University of Toronto

Introductory course in machine learning by world leading expert Geoffrey Hinton. Topics include: linear regression and classification, neural networks, clustering, decision trees, gaussian processes, deep belief nets and more

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