I’m organizing a group to work through the materials from Andrew Ng’s Stanford course CS 229: Machine Learning. This course is a more advanced version of the most popular course on Coursera, which is widely recommended as the best way to get started in machine learning.
I have set up a Slack instance for participants to ask each other questions, post solutions, etc. I will also organize a weekly Google hangout. (Participation in the hangout is optional.) We will start Nov. 30. There will be a suggested schedule, but you are welcome to work at your own pace. There is no harm in having people signed up but not actively involved, so feel free to join even if you are not sure how much you will participate.
As of right now
13 21 people have signed up, so we should have a nice group. If you are interested, send me your email address so I can invite you to the Slack instance. If I don’t already know you, please also tell me who you are and why you are interested in the course.
Neural network image at the top of this post is in the public domain.